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|Directed by||Matias Alvarez|
|Produced by||David Anderson, Don Schain|
|Written by||Karen Krenis|
Michelle St. John
|Music by||Steve Dorff|
|Edited by||David G. Blangsted|
|Distributed by||Leucadia Film Corporation|
Plot[edit | edit source]
Callie Carpenter (Vinessa Shaw) is a misguided teenager sent to stay for the summer with her aunt and uncle, Maggie and Mitchell Foster (Cindy Pickett and Ed Lauter), on their horse ranch. Callie becomes friends with horse trainer Rafe Acuna (Adam Beach), who teaches her to ride. She helps him discover that something is seriously amiss with Kia, a "wild" Friesian horse. When Snapper (Bruce Weitz), a horse trainer gone bad, tries to sell Kia illegally, Callie relies on her street smarts to outwit Snapper. Rafe and Callie figure out that to save Kia, they must prove he really is a champion.
Production[edit | edit source]
Paul "Sled" Reynolds served as the head horse trainer for the film.
Release[edit | edit source]
The movie was redistributed by Feature Films for Families in 2003.
References[edit | edit source]
- "Coyote Summer | Dove Family Friendly Movie Reviews". The Dove Foundation. Retrieved 2018-02-11.
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