''Wildfire'' was a 1986 cartoon by Creator/HannaBarbera, airing on Creator/{{CBS}}.

In the magical land of Dar-Shan, the beloved Queen Sarana dies under mysterious circumstances. Wildfire, a magical talking horse, escapes with the infant Princess Sara to Montana. When she turns 13, he comes back for her and they attempt to save Dar-Shan from the evil Diabolyn and her Spectres. Sara herself has no magical abilities, and usually succeeds by her wits and with the (sometimes dubious) assistance of a sorcerer, his apprentice and an orphaned colt.
!!Tropes include:
* AbsurdlyHighStakesGame: A man waged his whole fortune in an attempt to double it. [[RichesToRags He lost.]]
* CoolHorse
* CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass: In the real world, Sarah's adoptive father, John Cavanaugh, is an ordinary, somewhat prosaic human, to whom Sarah sometimes has trouble explaining her strange absences. [[spoiler:In fact, he can't remember their past life in Dar-Shan, where he was her ''real'' father, the handsome prince of the prior generation's fairy tale.]] However, in one episode when Sara gets into such trouble that she can't be rescued any other way, [[spoiler:Wildfire temporarily abates the amnesia to bring her father back to save her--at which point it is revealed just why he was such a hero.]]
* DoorstopBaby: Wildfire left Sara at John Cavanaugh's doorstep. Never seen by those who missed the intro, however.
* DownerBeginning
* EverythingsBetterWithPrincesses: Princess Sara.
* [[EvilUncle Evil Aunt]]: Diabolyn.
* GirlishPigtails: Sara has them.
* GodSaveUsFromTheQueen: Averted with Queen Sarana; played straight with Diabolyn.
* GoldDigger: When the people of Dar-Shan hailed Waddler as their new king, Diabolyn tried to marry him to become queen.
* GoldMakesEverythingShiny: Diabolyn tried to win over the people of Dar Shan by wearing a dress made of golden fabric. It failed when Princess Sara revealed where the gold came from.
* LonelyAtTheTop: In "The Name is the Game", the first person who won the game became such a powerful sorcerer that he has no friends because everyone is either jealous of his power or afraid of him.
* MagicalLand
* ManipulativeBastard: For a petty creature whose main (if not only) goal is making people unhappy and has no use for the gains from the people who fail to learn his name, that troll has shades of this trope. For example, one of his adversaries was a wizard who took in the bet to gain more power. The wizard won but became LonelyAtTheTop.
* MissingMom: Sara's mother died within one year of marriage because of a curse cast by Diabolyn. Sara and her father left Dar-Shan so the curse wouldn't reach them.
* MuggleBestFriend: Ellen is from Earth, but knows about Sara being the princess of a MagicalLand.
* MuggleFosterParents: John Cavanaugh was this to Princess Sara [[spoiler:until it was revealed that he's her real father, but had this knowledge erased from his memory]].
* OurCentaursAreDifferent: Sometimes you see centaurs... but in this show, you get one where the top half is some kind of cat abomination. Sometimes the monster-of-week designers at Creator/HannaBarbera went nuts; this is one of those instances.
* ShoutOut: The Highwayman is an {{Expy}} of Myth/RobinHood. Also, one episode featured [[Literature/{{Rumpelstiltskin}} a troll challenging people to figure out his name]].
* SomewhereAnEquestrianIsCrying: Look at Wildfire's many rearing poses. Or his anatomy in general.
* SoreLoser: The troll hates it when somebody wins his name game.
* StableTimeLoop: [[spoiler:In episode 5, it's revealed that time-traveling Sara was a key component in allowing her parents' marriage and her own subsequent existence to occur.]]
* VillainWithGoodPublicity: Diabolyn tried to be this to persuade the Pixie Painters to paint a portrait of her.