Jack, Alice and Dandy are a well assorted trio. Jack is handsome, Alice sweet and Dandy is the best horse and friend a man ever had. Dandy takes the honors and a blue ribbon at the rodeo. Old Bill, the foreman, retires and Jack is given his position. Everyone is satisfied but Pedro, who treasures a grudge against the handsome Jack. His dislike turns into hate when Jack chastises the Mexican for ill-treating a horse. He seeks out the Indians and incites them to help him steal some of the Bar "B" horses. Jack is on guard that night. He is overpowered, knocked senseless and the horses are stampeded and are branded and hobbled. Pedro secrets the branding iron under Jack's bunk. Jack comes to and staggers to the boss and tells the news. Dandy, the horse, unties the hobbles with his teeth and arrives as the cowboys are about to start in pursuit of the horse thieves. Jack talks to him and makes him understand what is required of him, and Dandy leads them to where the Indians and horses are. ...
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