My family, almost all of them have been involved in some part of it.
The horses on set are working just as hard as any of us humans and in my opinion they don't get enough credit.
The main animal character on the show is a black Quarter-Horse named Spartan. We always have to laugh on set when Spartan is sleeping in the barn as we set up a shot, and then as soon as we roll the cameras he is alert and on his mark.
Whether that partner is a human, horse or something beyond, the logic remains the same.
If your partner un-doughtily loves and respects you (as most horses regard their owner) then loyalty is a given.
But yeah, it’s two weeks for two episodes and and there’s breaks for holidays and other stuff in between. You know, I haven’t heard anything, I haven’t even got a script yet. I come back in Season 4 having traveled, but that’s really all I know. I know Shawn Johnson, who plays Jack, plays all the time, he loves it. This year, I think it was a tie and then we went to a shoot out, and then we lost in the shoot out. If they go there, they can post comments and I check them and try to reply to them.
Chris Potter has played, Jake Church, who plays Jake in the show, he also plays and then there are a lot of crew members that play as well. It was fun, it was a charity thing, so we just had a lot of fun and Santa Claus was the referee. I had a fan email but it unfortunately got out of hand, because I couldn’t reply to everyone on that, but my website, or my twitter, people can post comments and I read them all, it just takes me awhile to get back to them. Do you have a funny story you can tell us that happened during filming, maybe something that didn’t go quite right? The first season, I had a little motorcycle that was kind of like a dirt bike, and I had a scene where I was supposed to be a little upset and Amy was trying to get me to stay and I was mad about something, so I was trying to leave.
I find it fascinating to see how they interact and communicate with one another. I am continually learning more and would love to spend more time with those who have the ability to communicate to animals through body language and understanding.
I enjoy that saying and I feel that in many cases, it is all about a person's ability to see through the exterior of their partner.
The TV series is based on the 25-novel series written by Lauren Brooke.
The series started in 2007 with Coming Home and Season 10 premiered October 2, 2016 on CBC.
The television series, filmed in High River Alberta, is about a girl named Amy Fleming living in the fictional town of Hudson Alberta.