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  • Deu Zebra
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  • una cebra veloz (hispanoamérica)


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Racing Stripes (2005)

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In a rush to pack up during a thunderstorm after blowing a tire, the Circus Sorano accidentally leaves behind a baby zebra. The foal is rescued by Nolan Walsh, a retired thoroughbred-racehorse trainer. Nolan takes the zebra home to his farm, and leaves it in the care of his daughter Channing, who names him "Stripes". The other farmyard animals try to educate him about life on the farm, but he is convinced that he is destined for the nearby racetrack, even though he isn't a real racehorse (a fact he doesn't realize for three years). He spends his time training, helped by Tucker, a Shetland Pony who had helped coach champion racehorses in the past.

Channing has a similar ambition: To become a jockey. Her father had refused to let her train, as he believed it to be too dangerous; he had retired from training after her mother, also a jockey, had died in a racing accident, several years before. However, her enthusiasm eventually wins Nolan over, and he agrees to train her and Stripes, with the aim of winning the illustrious Kentucky Open. Being a zebra to participate in the Kentucky Cup wasn't easy for Channing and Stripes. There were also Stripes rival Pride who was Sir Trenton's son, who sees his son only to win and beat Stripes


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