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Carole, Stevie and Lisa – the girls from The Saddle Club and their favorite horses Starlight, Prancer and Belle are riding on to America‘s public television stations on September 3, 2006 through APT Exchange. The popular television series based on the best-selling books by Bonnie Bryant has captured the hearts and imaginations of millions of children all over the world and will bring its special brand of adventure, friendship, fun and horses to stations across America.
The Saddle Club series, “Girl Power Meets Horse Power,” will make its broadcast television debut through presenting station Connecticut Public Television (CPTV) and American Public Television (APT Exchange). “Each week more than 10 million kids across America watch positive, nurturing and educational programs introduced to public television by CPTV,” president Jerry Franklin said, “We are thrilled to partner on this wonderful series with Protocol Entertainment and Crawford Productions for its presentation on public television.”
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