Elizabeth falls for a wild white stallion and convinces her grandfather to buy the horse for her after her, Trampas, and Stacey fail to catch it. When Trampas is unable to quickly break the horse, her grandfather tells everyone to stay away from the horse and she promises not to try to ride him. Elizabeth stretches the promise and begins to tame and break the stallion she names Aladdin. Aladdin comes to trust only her as her grandfather relents letting her break and ride him. Elizabeth notices that each ranch enters a horse in the Founder's Day race. Until she learns Trampas always represents Shiloh, she hoped to enter but instead stays silent. Her grandfather and Stacey talk to Trampas who is happy to let her race if she wants so he plots a race which Aladdin wins. However, the day of the race one of the hands is injured as is Aladdin when Aladdin thinks the hand is about to hit him. Although the horse and Elizabeth become close, she eventually runs into complications from the ...