He Was A Horse For A Man!
A magnificent stallion worth his weight in cold cash. And many were the men who had set out to capture this almost legendary prize. Some never returned. Some came back stony-broke. Others were ruined by desert heat and mountain winters.
Then Silvertip set out in pursuit.
Silvertip was a cowhand men whispered about. "He'd go into a hole," they said, "and rip the heart out of a mountain lion with his bare hands. Throw quarters into the air, spinning, and he'll shoot 'em with never a miss!"
When Silvertip went after the wild horse he took only a rope and raw courage. But trailing him were two killers, guns at their sides