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Bronco and two friends are fired near the end of a cattle drive. They decide to take their pay and invest it in cattle. While they take $500 to enter a rodeo, Bronco takes the rest to the town of Splendid in the Valley the two cowboys heard about that has not sold a cow in years but has great grazing. In the town Bronco heads to the saloon to find someone interested in selling cattle. He is told two of the biggest ranchers are in a poker game there. He sets in thinking the bets are 10 and 20 cents when they are in reality $10 and $20 but he is winning. Dutch Vandervort is short on money so he gives an IOU to Bronco for 1000 head at $3 a head. Dutch loses so Bronco wins 1000 head of cattle. However, after being shot at, he learns Poole, the other player, controls the only access out of the valley but he won't let anyone move cattle. Poole is trying to force the other small ranchers to sell out to him. Dutch tells Bronco he will charge 50 cents a day for grazing rights so he will own the herd again in six days. After threatening to shoot the herd on Dutch's property, Bronco gains time to plan a scheme to move the cattle.
Bronco wins a 1000 cattle in poker. However, when he tries to bring them to market, he runs into one rancher who charges him outrageous fees for grazing them and another who won't let Bronco cross his property to take the cattle to market.
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