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The popular Lost Stallions series continues with this story about a troubled teenager attempting to cope with the recent death of his father, and the bond he forms with a rebellious stallion that is acting out after losing his mother. Ever since Jake Gattison (Alex Hugh)'s father died, the grief-stricken teen has been struggling to break out of a downward spiral. Concerned, his mother takes Jake to Harmony Ranch, a serine retreat for families struggling to deal with serious problems. Upon arriving at the Harmony Ranch, Jake befriends ageing ranch owner Chief (Mickey Rooney), who recruits him to work with a spirited stallion named Troubadour. Ever since Troubadour lost his mother, he's been acting out. In Troubadour, Jake discovers a kindred spirit. But Troubadour is still unpredictable, and one day the stallion suddenly runs away. Determined to find his new friend before any harm comes to him, Jake enlists the aid of his new friends Nicki (Rachael Handy) and Isaac (Evan Tilson Stroud) in tracking down Troubadour and bringing him back to the ranch. Setting out into the wilderness, the three troubled teens experience an adventure that will being them closer to nature, and provide them with the opportunity to work through their problems with true focus and clarity.