After working for several years in Manila, Migo returns to Bukidnon, to its magnificent rolling hills and lush pasture lands, to reclaim the ranch that his family had lost after his father\'s death. During the famous Kaamulan festival, Migo sees his first love, Arah, who also happens to be the beautiful and fearless rodeo queen of Bukidnon. He falls in love with her all over again and resolves to win back her heart as well. However, Arah is already engaged to Brian Sullivan, an Australian rancher. Being the eldest daughter of a poor cowboy, she feels compelled to accept this man\'s offer of marriage in order to give her family a better life, no matter how much she still loves Migo. Arah leaves Bukidnon, along with a group of Pinoy cowboys who have been hired to work in the vast and lonely Australian ranch, which is even bigger than Bukidnon. Arah thinks it\'s all over between her and her great love, but two years later, Migo arrives in Australia to work as a cowboy and more importantly, to get Arah back. Can their love bloom again in the dry landscape of the Outback? Will Migo be able to reclaim the love he has lost, or will he learn to let her go and start anew?