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A daring rustler plans to lure away Pirate, one of the finest Arabian stallions in the West. He succeeds and upon discovering Pirate's absence, the horse's owner, Bob Evans, starts out on the trail of the thief. Meanwhile, the stallion runs wild and coaxes mares off the Kimball ranch, leading them to Wild Horse Valley. Baker, the crooked Kimball foreman, uses the stallion as a decoy, and with his henchman, corrals the mares in the valley. He intends to sell them across the state line later. Bob arrives just as Kimball posts a reward for the marauding stallion. When Bob sees his horse being fired upon, he informs Kimball that Pirate belongs to him, but Kimball refuses to rescind the reward. Beginning to suspect Baker's scheme, Bob follows him and finds his stallion in a snare set by the foreman's gang. Bob frees the stallion and the horse takes him to Wild Horse Valley, where Bob sees Kimball's mares. After a fight with the rustlers, Bob escapes and rides to the ranch house where he warns Kimball and his daughter Ann. He is too late, however, for Baker and his thugs have begun an attack and soon imprison them in the house. By a ruse, Bob frees himself and the others and they ride to the valley. In the ensuing battle, they overpower their assailants and Kimball retrieves his stolen mares. Ann then decides to marry Bob, who becomes her dad's partner.
Pirate, The Stallion
This picture was not reviewed in trade sources and was not copyrighted. Modern sources credit Fred Bain with film editing and Frank Sanucci with music.