Summary: This is the first horse game to be released on the PSP system (that I know of; not sure about other countries). This game is the EXACT same game as Horsez 2 for Wii (it is not Petz Horse Club for Wii, even though the box art is almost identical). In my observations, the demographic that typically plays horse games most likely have a Wii or PC (or DS, for the youngest of players), which is why I thought the whole movement of Petz games to PSP a strange one by Ubisoft.
Summary: THIS IS THE BEST HORSE GAME EVER. I bought this game because I love horses. You have to save your uncle's ranch from the going under. You have to practice and compete in competitions; Jumping, cross country and steeple chase. The one thing that I love about this game is the free roam. You get to pick a horse and go where ever you want. This game is great. I have played to the end about 5 times. I am waiting for PSP to come out with another game like this one.
Summary: We bought this for our 7 year old daughter for Christmas and she just absolutely loved this game. She likes anything to do with animals so maybe that is just it. I personally have not played the game, but she seems to think it is awesome!
Summary: It is hard to find games for the PSP that are girl/child friendly. This one is great, my daughter (10 years old) loves it, She wants to play it constantly. My 11 year old son is now arguing with her because he wants to play it too. A great game for girls and younger kids, if you don't want a violent game for the PSP.
Summary: This game was fun for a little while, but got very boring after about an hour of playing. In the game, you are a young woman named Lily who is staying at her uncle's horse ranch. The rich and scheming banker Rud Van Guiness is currently trying to seize Lily's uncle's ranch and gains an excuse to do just that when you accidentally scare his prized stallion into running away from his workers in the woods.