Blue and the son of a local tribal leader Natchez have their eye on a wild stallion. Blue ropes the horse after the stallion escapes the Indian boy's hands. They fight over the horse but a war threatens to erupt when Indian braves and ranch hands appear. Natchez reluctantly acknowledges Blue as the owner to prevent a war. Blue over time with carrots and sugar breaks and trains the stallion. The Indian boy steals the horse while Blue and the ranch hands are at camp eating. Blue tracks the boy and horse for three days as Big John confronts Natchez who is unaware of the theft. Natchez finds and confronts his son but the braves back the son. Blue back on the hunt with a fresh horse finds the boy and horse resulting in a fight between them. Natchez warns Big John as the ranch hands go after Blue. Big John and Natchez ride together to stop the fight as the men on both sides prepare to fight. With no easy solution in sight, Big John asks Natchez if his son will agree to let the stallion ... Written by
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After searching for his stolen horse, Blue rides back to the ranch to get a fresh mount, saying that Soapy, the horse he's riding, is exhausted after three days of searching. He leaves a few moments later on a big chestnut horse with Buck, Sam and the rest of the search party. In the next scene, though, when he's chasing Chatto, he's back on Soapy again. See more