Flicka: Country Pride

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Flicka Country Pride
Flicka 3 Country Pride movie poster.jpg
Movie poster for Flicka 3: Country Pride
Directed by Michael Damian
Produced by Connie Dolphin
Written by Jennifer Robinson
Starring Clint Black
Lisa Hartman-Black
Kacey Rohl
Max Lloyd-Jones
Siobhan Williams
Laura Solties
Alexander Calvert
Music by Mark Thomas
Cinematography Ron Stannett
Edited by Seth Flaum
Distributed by 20th Century Fox
Release dates
  • May 1, 2012 (2012-05-01)
Running time
92 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Flicka: Country Pride is a 2012 direct-to-DVD film and sequel to Flicka (2006) and Flicka 2 (2010).


Toby (Clint Black) comes to Cherry Creek Farms to serve as Stable manager for a family in financial and emotional stress. Kelly (Kacey Rohl) is a teenage horse lover who lives on the ranch with her mother, Lindy (Lisa Hartman). Her father died in an accident, and the stables have had increasing difficulty making a profit since.

Toby brings Flicka with him, and Kelly quickly befriends the beautiful horse. Kelly’s former friend, Stephanie, boards her horse at the stables. Stephanie felt slighted by Kelly after her father died. She develops a growing dislike of Kelly and increasingly treats her like some lower class servant. When Stephanie’s dressage teammate is injured, Flicka helps Kelly win a spot on the team, much to Stephanie's chagrin. The jealousy grows even worse when Briggs McBride, the team’s male member, shows more interest in Kelly than Stephanie.



  • "Are You Listening" Written by Brad Swanson and performed by Christina Gonzales Sikola
  • "Man of the Law"" performed by Buck McCoy
  • "Open Road"
  • "Dancing by myself" performed by Lauren Dyson
  • "Dance Like You're Invisible"" Written and performed by Holly Kay
  • "With You" Written and performed by Holly Kay
  • "I'm so over you" performed by Joe Liaye
  • "Give your heart wings" Written and performed by Holly Kay
  • "Rebel Angel" Written and performed by Jayson Bendera
  • "Let go" Written and performed by Holly Kay

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