History WesternAnimation / Horseland

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* NiceMeanAndInBetween: Sarah and Molly (nice), Zoey and Chloe (mean), and Alma and Bailey (in-Between). Also the animals, Tiny (nice), Angora (mean), and Shep (in-between).
6th Mar '16 1:34:08 AM TitoMosquito
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* InvisibleParent: Despite being the owners of the titular Horseland ranch that the series takes place at and nigh revolves around, Bailey's parents/Will's aunt and uncle are ''never'' seen. Sometimes to an egregious extent when something serious is threatening Horseland. They are mentioned, but usually through their mouthpieces Will and Bailey.

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* InvisibleParent: InvisibleParents: Despite being the owners of the titular Horseland ranch that the series takes place at and nigh revolves around, Bailey's parents/Will's aunt and uncle are ''never'' seen. Sometimes to an egregious extent when something serious is threatening Horseland. They are mentioned, but usually through their mouthpieces Will and Bailey.



* [[NewNeighboursAsThePlotDemands New Kid as the Plot Demands]]:The general purpose of the various characters of the day. They're around to spice up the episode plots and better give the illusion that the LimitedSocialCircle of horseback riding isn't as limited as it is in-show. As per the name, most of these characters of the day never show up more than once, so Nani Cloud sticking around and [[SixthRanger joining the cast]] in season 3 becomes a notable exception.

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* [[NewNeighboursAsThePlotDemands New Kid as the Plot Demands]]:The Demands]]: The general purpose of the various characters of the day. They're around to spice up the episode plots and better give the illusion that the LimitedSocialCircle of horseback riding isn't as limited as it is in-show. As per the name, most of these characters of the day never show up more than once, so Nani Cloud sticking around and [[SixthRanger joining the cast]] in season 3 becomes a notable exception.



** Of note, by nature of the show's premise, most of the human characters, major and one-shot, would more than likely have to come from some form of well-off background, to varying extents (Jesse being the son of another ranch-owning family[[labelnote:*]]which was primarily why he and Bailey got along so well[[/labelnote]], for example), yet despite this, no one else plays this Trope straight like Zoey and Chloe do. Special mention goes to Sarah, as implied wealthy as the Stilton twins, who was assumed to be just as stuck up as them by the other girls on her first day, thus setting up a "Don't judge a book by its cover." [[AnAesop Aesop]].

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** Of note, by nature of the show's premise, most of the human characters, major and one-shot, would more than likely have to come from some form of well-off background, to varying extents (Jesse being the son of another ranch-owning family[[labelnote:*]]which family[[note]]which was primarily why he and Bailey got along so well[[/labelnote]], well[[/note]], for example), yet despite this, no one else plays this Trope straight like Zoey and Chloe do. Special mention goes to Sarah, as implied wealthy as the Stilton twins, who was assumed to be just as stuck up stuck-up as them by the other girls on her first day, thus setting up a "Don't judge a book by its cover." [[AnAesop Aesop]].
17th Oct '15 8:52:07 PM TrendingToon1
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* BreakingTheFourthWall: Shep sometimes addresses the audience about the lesson of the episode.



* InMediasRes[=/=]{{Flashback}}: Some of the episodes don't start at the beginning leading Shep to recount the episode as a flashback.



* RichBitch: Zoey and Chloe Stilton.

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* RichBitch: RichBitch[=/=]LovableAlphaBitch: Zoey and Chloe Stilton.
1st Jul '15 6:35:03 AM TheHolotome
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** Of note, by nature of the show's premise, most of the human characters, major and one-shot, would more than likely have to come from some form of well-off background, to varying extents (Jesse being the son of another ranch-owning family[lablenote:*]which was primarily why he and Bailey got along so well[/lablenote], for example), yet despite this, no one else plays this Trope straight like Zoey and Chloe do. Special mention goes to Sarah, as implied wealthy as the Stilton twins, who was assumed to be just as stuck up as them by the other girls on her first day, thus setting up a "Don't judge a book by its cover." [[AnAesop Aesop]].

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** Of note, by nature of the show's premise, most of the human characters, major and one-shot, would more than likely have to come from some form of well-off background, to varying extents (Jesse being the son of another ranch-owning family[lablenote:*]which family[[labelnote:*]]which was primarily why he and Bailey got along so well[/lablenote], well[[/labelnote]], for example), yet despite this, no one else plays this Trope straight like Zoey and Chloe do. Special mention goes to Sarah, as implied wealthy as the Stilton twins, who was assumed to be just as stuck up as them by the other girls on her first day, thus setting up a "Don't judge a book by its cover." [[AnAesop Aesop]].
1st Jul '15 6:33:29 AM TheHolotome
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** Of note, by nature of the show's premise, most of the human characters, major and one-shot, would more than likely have to come from some form of well-off background, to varying extents (Jesse being the son of another ranch-owning family[[lablenote:*]]which was primarily why he and Bailey got along so well[[/lablenote]], for example), yet despite this, no one else plays this Trope straight like Zoey and Chloe do. Special mention goes to Sarah, as implied wealthy as the Stilton twins, who was assumed to be just as stuck up as them by the other girls on her first day, thus setting up a "Don't judge a book by its cover." [[AnAesop Aesop]].

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** Of note, by nature of the show's premise, most of the human characters, major and one-shot, would more than likely have to come from some form of well-off background, to varying extents (Jesse being the son of another ranch-owning family[[lablenote:*]]which family[lablenote:*]which was primarily why he and Bailey got along so well[[/lablenote]], well[/lablenote], for example), yet despite this, no one else plays this Trope straight like Zoey and Chloe do. Special mention goes to Sarah, as implied wealthy as the Stilton twins, who was assumed to be just as stuck up as them by the other girls on her first day, thus setting up a "Don't judge a book by its cover." [[AnAesop Aesop]].
24th Jan '15 11:18:33 AM TheHolotome
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* ActorAllusion: Shep sounds ''a lot'' like SeanConnery.

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* ActorAllusion: Shep sounds ''a lot'' like SeanConnery.AbsenteeActor: Not all the main characters will appear in every episode. Most pronounced whenever Bailey or Will are absent, being the immediate family of Horseland's owners who ''live there'' after all.



* InvisibleParent: Despite being the owners of the titular Horseland ranch that the series takes place at and nigh revolves around, Bailey's parents/Will's aunt and uncle are ''never'' seen. Sometimes to an egregious extent when something serious is threatening Horseland. They are mentioned, but usually through their mouthpieces Will and Bailey.
** In fact, [[ThereAreNoAdults the show seems to have a distinct lack of any adults pictured on-screen]], no matter how often they are mentioned or referred to, or even how important they are to the plot at hand (usually as a catalyst of some sort). This would also be a prime contributor to the the shows all around MinimalistCast.



* LimitedSocialCircle[=/=]MinimalistCast: Sarah, Molly, Alma, Bailey, Zoey, Chloe, Will, their horses, Shep, Angora, and Teeny are the only characters featured. Though, [[TwentyFourHourPartyPeople other kids]] make occasional appearances in most episodes.

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* LimitedSocialCircle[=/=]MinimalistCast: Sarah, Molly, Alma, Bailey, Zoey, Chloe, Will, and Nani later on, their horses, Shep, Angora, and Teeny are the only characters featured. Though, [[TwentyFourHourPartyPeople other kids]] make occasional appearances in most episodes.



* [[NewNeighboursAsThePlotDemands New Kid as the Plot Demands]]

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* [[NewNeighboursAsThePlotDemands New Kid as the Plot Demands]]Demands]]:The general purpose of the various characters of the day. They're around to spice up the episode plots and better give the illusion that the LimitedSocialCircle of horseback riding isn't as limited as it is in-show. As per the name, most of these characters of the day never show up more than once, so Nani Cloud sticking around and [[SixthRanger joining the cast]] in season 3 becomes a notable exception.



** JerkWithAHeartOfGold: They act like bitches to almost everyone.
* ShipTease: Sarah/Bailey and Sarah/Will.

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** JerkWithAHeartOfGold: They Even though they consistently act like bitches to almost everyone.
everyone, they do have soft sides that they will show on occasion.
** Of note, by nature of the show's premise, most of the human characters, major and one-shot, would more than likely have to come from some form of well-off background, to varying extents (Jesse being the son of another ranch-owning family[[lablenote:*]]which was primarily why he and Bailey got along so well[[/lablenote]], for example), yet despite this, no one else plays this Trope straight like Zoey and Chloe do. Special mention goes to Sarah, as implied wealthy as the Stilton twins, who was assumed to be just as stuck up as them by the other girls on her first day, thus setting up a "Don't judge a book by its cover." [[AnAesop Aesop]].
* ShipTease: Sarah/Bailey and Sarah/Will.



* SixthRanger: Nani Cloud and her horse Sunburst both subvert the one-off character trend of previous episodes by sticking around after their season 3 debut.



* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: The horses are have normal coat colours, but their manes and tails are veined with unnatural colours. The strangeness of this is never brought up in the show, and has become a sort of RunningGag among the fanbase.

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* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: The horses are have normal coat colours, but their manes and tails are veined with unnatural colours. The strangeness of this is never brought up in the show, and has become a sort of RunningGag among the fanbase. Stylistic choice is one possible explanation for this.
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* NonIdenticalTwins: Zoey and Chloe.
5th Jan '14 1:34:33 PM TitoMosquito
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* OOCIsSeriousBusiness: In the episode ''Pepper's Pain,'' Pepper botches a jump and hurts her leg, much to Zoey's shock. The next day, Zoey comes in late, acting [[{{Jerkass}} just the same as usual]]...except that she completely ignores Pepper and acts as if she's dead.

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* OOCIsSeriousBusiness: In the episode ''Pepper's Pain,'' "Pepper's Pain", Pepper botches a jump and hurts her leg, much to Zoey's shock. The next day, Zoey comes in late, acting [[{{Jerkass}} just the same as usual]]...except that she completely ignores Pepper and acts as if she's dead.



* RichBitch: Zoey and Chloe Stilton.
** JerkWithAHeartOfGold: They act like bitches to almost everyone, but as Sarah puts it, "".

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* RichBitch: Zoey and Chloe Stilton.
Stilton.
** JerkWithAHeartOfGold: They act like bitches to almost everyone, but as Sarah puts it, "".everyone.
4th Jan '14 7:04:59 PM TitoMosquito
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* HeterosexualLifePartners: Chilli and Pepper.



* [[NewNeighboursAsThePlotDemands New Kid As The Plot Demands]]

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* [[NewNeighboursAsThePlotDemands New Kid As The as the Plot Demands]]



* OOCIsSeriousBusiness: In the episode ''Pepper's Pain,'' Pepper botches a jump and hurts her leg, much to Zoey's shock. The next day, Zoey comes in late, acting [[{{Jerkass}} just the same as usual]]...except that she completely ignores Pepper and acts as if she's dead.
-->'''Sarah:''' She might be mean to everyone else, but she loves Horseland, and she loves her horse.



** JerkWithAHeartOfGold: They act like bitches to almost everyone, but as Sarah puts it, ""
* HeterosexualLifePartners: Chilli and Pepper.

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** JerkWithAHeartOfGold: They act like bitches to almost everyone, but as Sarah puts it, ""
* HeterosexualLifePartners: Chilli and Pepper.
"".



* OOCIsSeriousBusiness: In the episode ''Pepper's Pain,'' Pepper botches a jump and hurts her leg, much to Zoey's shock. The next day, Zoey comes in late, acting [[{{Jerkass}} just the same as usual]]...except that she completely ignores Pepper and acts as if she's dead.
-->'''Sarah:''' She might be mean to everyone else, but she loves Horseland, and she loves her horse.
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