The Horsemasters a Disney movie with Annette Funicello and Tommy Kirk is missing

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Melissa Heijmans

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why isn't the horsemasters listed??
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Could it be this series which has episodes called, "The Horsemasters?"

Disneyland (TV Series)
Annette Aliotto / Dinah Wilcox / Constancia de la Torre / ... - Escapade in Florence: Part 2 (1962) ... Annette Aliotto
- Escapade in Florence: Part 1 (1962) ... Annette Aliotto
- The Horsemasters: Tally Ho (1961) ... Dinah Wilcox
- The Horsemasters: Follow Your Heart (1961) ... Dinah Wilcox
- Zorro: The Postponed Wedding (1961) ... Constancia de la Torre
- The Griswold Murder (1959) ... Chiquita (uncredited)
- Elfego Baca, Attorney at Law (1959) ... Chiquita Bernal
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Hi Melissa Heijmans,

bluesmanSF was very close and his search includes the one you were trying to find. This search found the specific "movie" you were trying to find.

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http://www.imdb.com/search/title?roles=nm0002088,nm0456565&title_type=feature,tv_episode,video,t...
Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color (1954 TV Series)
Episode: The Horsemasters: Tally Ho (1961)
A Disney-produced anthology covering many different genres. Dir: William Fairchild With: Annette Funicello, Tommy Kirk, Janet Munro 
I remember seeing this episode on a black-and-white television with fuzzy reception when it was first broadcast.

Walt Disney hosted Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color (1954–1992) from 1954 until his death in 1966. Thereafter the show had guest hosts.  Many of the shows had made for television movies featuring Disney stars. The Horsemasters: Tally Ho (1961) was one of many such movies.

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0046593/trivia?ref_=tt_ql_2
Shown under five different titles, and eventually appearing on all three of the then-major television networks (ABC, NBC, and CBS), this was, and as of 2005 still is, the longest-running weekly prime time network show in the history of television. "Hallmark Hall of Fame" has run longer, but that has not been a weekly show in more than forty years.
The Disney feature-length films were, at first, either edited down to one hour or broadcast in two or more weekly installments, one hour per week. It was not until the mid 1970's that the Disney Studios finally broadcast one of their feature-length films complete in one evening, the way all other films were usually telecast on network television.