The King was a legend, from the second he was born. His stunning looks and great speed started to lead him down the track of the greatest racehorse in history. He was spoiled rotten, and surrounded by loved ones, and competition. But when things take a turn for the worse, can he adapt?
James Moor and his family practically ran the racing business. They were known for their good horses, and their vast amounts of money. When one of James mares birthed a beautiful colt, he knew that instant it was destined for greatness. While raising this spirited horse, he slowly began to feel an attachment to this horse, and realizing how lucky he was it was his. But is he taking him for granted?
Rosy Moor grew up around horses. Not just any horses, her daddies million dollar, young, on-the-track thoroughbred racing horses. Yes, she had been offered so many retired, gentle ones. But she wanted more. She wanted the thrill her dads jockeys get in a race, so of course, when a lively, jet black colt is born, she has her heart set on him, and only him. Her dad keeps turning her down, but she doesn't care what he says. Some day, she will ride The King in a race, and she will win.