A firey horse at the speed of light! The sound of thundering hooves and a hearty, “Heigh Ho Silver!” The Lone Ranger rides again!
A young stage coach owner of a Concord coach tries his hand at impressing a young lady. He and a rival Concord coach driver compete for the contract to run the mail, as well as the affections of the same gal. When an emergency arises, Glen handles his damaged coach expertly, though young Alice is grateful to have arrived in town and get away from the coach as fast as she can.
Later, the Lone Ranger and Tonto find the lost wheel of the Concord and wonder how it came to be laying there, and with no coach in sight. Is there signs of sabotage?
In town, the lone Ranger arrives just in time to break up a fight between The rivals, Glen and Jessup. It doesn’t take much stirring up to get things hot. Who else would have reason to pit the two young rivals against each other?
As more gunplay is about to go down, the Lone Ranger lends his gun skills to keep the lid on it. Can the Masked Man get to the bottom of the mystery behind the sabotage and high emotions before things blow out of any hopes of control?
A major clue falls into Lone Ranger’s hands. When things are at peak boil between Glen and Jessup, the livery where their coaches are suddenly bursts out in fire. There’s time to save only one of the coaches. With the flames burned out, the Lone Ranger has a solution to the rivalry, as well as the sabotage behind the recent violence.
Still, there’s that competition for the hand of the fair Alice. I think that’s one that is beyond the help of Lone Ranger and Tonto.