Jim Newton captures a magnificent wild stallion and brings him back to the ranch. Later in town, he comes to the aid of a small boy who is falsely accused of breaking a window.
A wild stallion is menacing all of the local ranches and freeing their horses. Neighbouring rancher Charlie Stevens thinks that Fury is to blame, but Joey has seen the white renegade.
Jim has to sell some horses or lose the ranch. Pigott, the horse coper (dealer) offers to buy Fury but Jim says he is not for sale.
Joey gets a rifle and goes hunting with Pete. What they find is trouble in the form of an escaped criminal.
Fury keeps running off to be with a white mare. Joey gets in trouble when he tries to solve the relationship.
Local ranchers think that gypsies are stealing horses. Then Fury is rustled which leads to the truth.
A stranger shows up at the ranch, claiming to be Joey's real father and threatening to separate the boy from Jim and Fury. Jim knows the man isn't who he claims to be and has to stop him.
A Social Worker comes to check up on Joey and Jim. Joey and Fury save a man from a rattle snake bite by fetching the doctor.
Joey wants to enter his lamb in the 4-H Club Livestock Show. Frankie Watson is also entering a lamb. Joey learns a lesson about sportsmanship.
Joey signs up to ride in the Junior Rodeo. But he's up against the local champion, Ty Jones (played by Sammy Ogg). Jim, Pete, and Fury help Joey learn to ride a bucking bronco.
A hobo gets a job as a ranch hand at the Broken Wheel Ranch. Fury gets sick and the hobo, who's really a veterinarian on the run from the law, has to decide whether to help Fury.
Hank Enos was running a local tungsten mine. After he breaks his leg, he recuperates at the the Broken Wheel Ranch. Joey and Hank catch some claim jumpers at the mine.
Rustlers hit the Broken Wheel Ranch. Pete and Joey try and rescue Fury, but Fury ends up rescuing them.
A wealthy gentleman rancher and his wife want to buy Fury. Fury's not for sale, declares Jim, but his resolve weakens when Joey suffers a head injury that will leave him blind.
Joey joins the Boy Scouts of America, but Joey's friend Buzz thinks scouting is kid's stuff. Joey and Fury set out into the woods to show Buzz that scouting can make men out of boys.
School's over for the summer and Joey doesn't have a care in the world. He convinces Pete to take him and Frankie (Mike Taylor) on a camping trip to an area far from the ranch.
Jim's old friend Val Benton visits the Broken Wheel Ranch. Benton is a rodeo cowboy confined to a wheelchair following an accident, but Joey, who idolizes Benton, is convinced a miracle will happen.
Joey befriends a new boy in school, but the friendship is discouraged by the boy's demanding father who requires his son to spend all of his free time studying in order to excel in school.
The Broken Wheel's mortgage holder wants to own Fury and convinces Joey to enter him into a winner-take-all horse race where Fury himself is the prize. An Irish hobo happens along and helps.
A young couple's baby daughter wanders away from their camper. Jim and Pete join the sheriff's search party.