Rowdy is tricked into breaking a stallion to pay off a gambling debt by a woman. The horse killed one man and injured others including the daughter of the owner. Rowdy is involved in more than breaking a horse - the break up of a family.
Rowdy is in town getting the mail and he shows his prowess by stopping a runaway horse. Aristocratic, autocratic horse breeder Luisa is obsessed with breaking the horse that threw her and her daughter Ellen, who thinks she is permanently crippled. After watching Rowdy, Louisa arranges for Rowdy to lose $300 at poker assuming his debt in return for breaking the dangerous stallion that crippled and killed others. Luisa is hated by her daughter, husband and most of the peons on her horse ranch, who are plotting to loot the ranch and join the revolutionary forces in Mexico. Meanwhile, Ellen, sick of her mother's domination and meanness, tries to kill herself, but is prevented by Rowdy who says that his example of trying to break the stallion should encourage Ellen to make the effort to walk again. The husband Albert decides Rowdy's attempt to ride the horse is the time to take care of his wife and for the peons to revolt. Everything comes to a head on the Day of the Dead after Rowdy makes... Written by
On a trail drive, each and every man has his chore. The eye of the drive is the scout, riding out in front to test the trail and find water and bed ground. Others are stationed around the herd, hazing it when it moves and soothing it when it's bedded down. A very important man is the master of the chuck wagon, because he's not only got to be a good trail cook, but a jack of all trades as well. The man who holds the whole kit and kaboodle together is the trail boss. There's one man in the outfit...
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