Racing Stripes

Racing Stripes
Racing Stripes

Year

2005

Duration

97 minutes

Genres

Comedy

Language

English

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Synopsis

In this energetic comedy adventure which follows in the footsteps (or should that be hoof-steps?) of Babe, a young zebra who has been raised by a horse farmer and his daughter, Channing. Growing up next to a racecourse, Stripes believes that he's actually a racehorse, and dreams of competing against the thoroughbreds. Channing's and Stripe's animal friends, including Shetland Pony Tucker and Franny the goat, try to help him achieve his goal. But not everyone is happy to see a zebra on the racecourse.

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This film contains mild language and peril.

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