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After the break up of her marriage, photographer Samantha Taylor retreats to the sanctuary of friend Caroline Lord's California ranch. An excellent rider, Samantha is initially given a frosty welcome by the ranch hands, but she begins to gain their respect as they see that she is more than able on a horse and in their environment. Samantha falls in love with ranch hand Tate Jordan, and they share a deep and passionate love until Tate finds out that Samantha's ex-husband is popular and wealthy news anchor Warren Taylor. Ashamed by his profession and his 'status', he leaves the ranch. Samantha is heartbroken once again and tries to assuage her pain by embarking on a project photographing the 'real' cowboys of the west. Whilst visiting a ranch in California, Samantha breaks her back in an accident and is paralysed, and must learn how to walk - and ride - again. Caroline Lord tragically dies but leaves her ranch to Samantha, who turns it into a riding school for paralysed children. ...Written by
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I guess I missed you today.
I thought about you today, too.
Do you realize in the last five years we've only had Sunday breakfast together about eighteen times?
Now ain't you got better things to do than count out Sundays?
I'm tired of you leaving in the middle of the night. I want you here every morning. I want to sit down at the breakfast table with you in the morning and see you looking across your paper at me.
Watching me eat Post Toasties® ain't all that glamorous ...
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I LOVED Palomino! The horses are so beautiful and it was put together so nice.I just can't get enough of a good love story and this includes those horses.I didn't know Lee Horsley was a horse lover and rodeo person. He is so handsome in this movie and so is his co-star.I would recommend this movie to anyone!When he finally found out that she was crippled,It didn't matter to him and that is a true man.I'm glad that it ended so nice because they should be together.The ranch is beautiful as well and really does show how the real cowboy went through his day on the ranch,it's a lot of hard work.I want to see more of Lee Horsley now that I've watched this movie,like Matt Houston for example.
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