SADDLE UP FOR SERIES 3 Saturday, March 7 at 10.00am on WIN Share in the fun when the internationally acclaimed children’s program, THE SADDLE CLUB, premieres on Saturday, March 7 at 10.00am on WIN. THE SADDLE CLUB brings to life the adventures of three heroines: Stevie (Lauren Dixon), Carole (Victoria Campbell) and Lisa (Ariel Kaplan) who share friendship and the love of their horses Belle, Starlight and Prancer at Pine Hollow Stables. Based on the internationally best-selling novels by Bonnie Bryant, the third series of THE SADDLE CLUB features three new characters plus a wonderful combination of laughter, horses, adventure, companionship, new songs and an adorable miniature donkey. The new cast includes Australian Ariel Kaplan, Canadians Lauren Dixon and Victoria Campbell long with supporting cast member Australian Marny Kennedy who received the AFI Young Actors Award in 2006 for her role in Mortified. Each episode features action, drama, comedy and adventure, while three best-friends explore themes of sibling rivalry, jealousy, friendship, and of course, making up. Carole, Stevie and Lisa contend with the challenges, setbacks and mysteries of growing up, and in the end they will always be part of THE SADDLE CLUB, all for one and one for all. Shot entirely on location in Victoria, THE SADDLE CLUB is a global phenomenon broadcast in more than 50 countries including the USA, Canada, France, United Kingdom, New Zealand, Greece, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Malta, Cyprus, UAE, Italy, Spain and Holland. THE SADDLE CLUB is an international co-production by Crawford Productions Pty Ltd (Australia) and Protocol Entertainment Inc (Canada). THE SADDLE CLUB PREMIERES: Saturday, March 7 at 10.00am on WIN Visit: www.saddleclubtv.com For further information or images please contact: Melanie Taylor 02 4223 4167 / 0402 055 330 Monday, 23 February 2009 WIN, a WIN Corporation company, is the only 100% Australian owned commercial network. WIN reaches across six states of Australia – including three capital cities and the nation’s capital. Its transmissions span the largest geographical area in the world, from Cairns to Hobart, southeast South Australia, Adelaide and the entire state of Western Australia.