Torn by her parent's divorce, young Sunni Davis comes of age when she is ordered to live with her grandparents who own a ranch. She learns to ride barrels and through winning and loosing in the arena she comes of age under the love and guidance of her grandparents.
Thirteen-year-old Sunni Davis, torn by her parents divorce, repeatedly runs away from home until the courts declare her a juvenile delinquent. The judge offers her one last chance if she will live with her grandparents on their ranch out in West Texas. Her mother, a psychologist, wants her committed to a rehabilitation hospital. Conflict between the grandparents and Sunni's mother almost destroys the young girl, but thanks to a friend whose father works on the ranch they learn to ride barrels and both girls learn a lot about life, horses, give and take and about growing up in today's world.
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January 01, 2001
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