McLeod's Daughters

Season 6 Episode 18

Wild Horses

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Aired Wednesday 7:30 PM Aug 02, 2006 on The Nine Network
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Stevie clashes with Riley over horse training techniques when they must have a horse ready for sale in one day's time. Meanwhile, Regan buys a quad bike to use on Drovers instead of a horse; Sandra and Fiona realize they're at a stalemate when they both reveal damaging information on the other; Kate tries to help Patrick study for a test that will certify him to drive Moira's gas truck.moreless

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  • a good episode.

    8.8
    This episode was above-average but not brilliant. We finally get what we are looking for when it comes to Sandra, Sandra the annoying ex of Harry. i'm so annoyed with Sandra! Can't see get a life! Harry's dead! Deal with it! We find out some more of Patrick's fears and expectations and watch as his and Kate's relationship goes to a new level. Stevie has to break a horse in 24 hours and finds out that Riley is a horse whisperer and not a horse trainer. Reegan buys a bike but only to be stupid enough to ride it right up a cliff and fell off as it burst into flames, then facing her ultimate fear... riding horses.

    Still worth while to watch.moreless
Brett Tucker

Brett Tucker

Dave Brewer (Season 4+, recurring previously)

Michala Banas

Michala Banas

Kate Manfredi (Season 4+)

Rachael Carpani

Rachael Carpani

Jodi Fountain

Simmone Mackinnon

Simmone Mackinnon

Stevie Hall (Season 4+, recurring previously)

Luke Jacobz

Luke Jacobz

Patrick Brewer (Season 6+)

Zoe Naylor

Zoe Naylor

Regan McLeod (Season 6+)

Hamish Mitchell

Hamish Mitchell

Ned Ford

Guest Star

Inge Hornstra

Inge Hornstra

Sandra Kinsela

Recurring Role

Michelle Langstone

Michelle Langstone

Fiona Webb

Recurring Role

Dustin Clare

Dustin Clare

Riley Ward

Recurring Role

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  • TRIVIA (3)

    • TRIVIA: Riley reveals he's a "gentler", also known as a horse whisperer.

    • TRIVIA: In this episode Sandra blackmails Fiona when she tells her a letter arrived from a fertility clinic, but later Fiona discovers a letter from Harry's lawyer showing that Harry was trying to speed up divorce proceedings the day he died.

    • TRIVIA: Aaron Jeffery (Alex Ryan) is listed in the opening theme credits and the end credits of this episode, but does not appear in the episode. His character Alex is said to be on a trip with brother Nick in Argentina, as Fiona returns from their honeymoon without him.

  • QUOTES (5)

    • (Regan and Jodi are discussing the differences between a quad bike and a horse being used on a farm)
      Jodi (about the quad bike): It would really help if it had big brown eyes.

    • (As Regan rides up on her new quad bike)
      Kate: What is that?!
      Jodi: I have no idea...

    • (Fiona drives up in Alex's ute, but Alex isn't in the vehicle)
      Dave: Hey, hey! Welcome back! How was the honeymoon?
      Fiona (as they hug): It was great, didn't want it to end.
      Dave (just noticing the vehicle is empty): Uh you seem to have forgotten something - like your husband!

    • Patrick (goofing off in the gas truck): The world was nearing destruction, an alien was bursting from his stomach, but nothing, nothing could stop Dieselman from making his delivery! (Regan and Moira walk up, Moira laughs.)
      Moira: Patrick, get out you goose!

    • Kate: Patrick why are you doing this?
      Patrick: Because it's a stupid test! Any idiot could pass it!
      Kate: Any idiot but you?
      Patrick: It's not counted as failing if you don't try.
      Kate: Well that's just dumb.
      Patrick: Yes.

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  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • Riley reveals that he's a gentler, also known as a horse whisperer.

      A gentler or a horse whisperer is a horse trainer who adopts a sympathetic view of a horse's motives, needs, and desires and it's all based on modern equine psychology. Nicholas Evans wrote a 1995 novel on the topic called The Horse Whisperer and it was made into a film in 1998 starring Robert Redford.

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