The Silver Brumby is an Australian animated children's television series written by Jon Stephens and Judy Malmgren based on Elyne Mitchell's Silver Brumby books. A total of thirty-nine episodes were produced by Media World between 1994 and 1998 and these were broadcast on CBBC in the United Kingdom and RTE in Ireland.
The episodes featured Thowra, a silver colt, his brothers Storm and Arrow and their friends the bush animals in their continued quest to resist the Men's efforts to capture them.
The series was remade into a feature length film by Media World Features and Lions Gate Home Entertainment with Barnholtz Entertainment in 1993. The title was changed to "The Silver Stallion," and starred Russell Crowe and Caroline Goodall. The Australian based film was directed by John Tatoulis and produced by Colin J. South, and went on to win 5 Film Festivals.