We are blessed to share our little mountainside farm with horses, donkey, dogs and cats many of which are rescues or special needs. Until recently, however, somehow we had never heard of a very popular Netflix series called "Heartland" which began in 2007 and revolves around a family's horse rescue farm in Alberta.
We quickly became BIG fans of "Heartland" and were thrilled to learn there were 13 seasons for us to enjoy (with 13-18 episodes per season to boot (we're about half way through Season 2 as I write this post). We try to watch one or two episodes together each night and it is no doubt one of our favorite shows ever.
Every show offers new twists and stories, never-boring and always interesting characters, true to life horse care and training techniques and heart-warming rescue stories. The family's steadfast love for one another as they navigate through life's ups and downs is a beautiful example of what really matters most in this ol' world.
So, if you have not heard of "Heartland" and would enjoy a great family and horse series filmed in an absolutely stunningly beautiful part of Canada, check this one out. I truly believe you will be glad you did and that you will become avid fans as we have within a very short time.