From the Canadian frontier to the borders of Mexico, the American West offers wide open spaces that have given birth to the mythical figure of the cowboy.
Today in a few ranches of Montana, a cowboy's lifestyle is very similar to that of his predecessors, even if helicopters and tractors have made inroads in their work. The days remain the same, driving cattle, catching strays and branding the newborns. These cowboys still spend their free time between the saloons and the billiard tables.
Travis gave up his studies to join his grandfather’s ranch. To become a “real” cowboy he must master "roping" (the art of the lasso).