Jewel Fitzgerald loved to ride. Or she used to, at least. She also used to be confident. What happened to that person? Where did she go? Unfortunately, that confident horse rider disappeared into her marriage, a sham that left Jewel with a divorce, a newfound fear of horses, and no confidence-at all.
When Jewel's friend, Angel, presents her with a horse, Jewel isn't sure she has the old spirit anymore. She meets Hudson-the horse she now calls her own-and she's terrified. But that soft brush in her hand, running over Hudson's back, feels strangely familiar and comforting. Maybe she could be rider again. Maybe she could be a lot of things again.
Horse Power is one woman's journey back to herself following years of alienation. She is starting over after having her spirit completely demolished, but even her empty apartment doesn't feel so lonely after a day of riding. Hudson proves it: there's no better way to ride into a hopeful, new future than on the back of a horse.