In the series finale, Junior's schedule goes haywire.
Kris and Junior consider a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to relocate to Alaska for a year to work on a geothermal project in the series' penultimate episode.
Universal disapproval of Kris and Junior's wedding plans has everyone on edge.
With Jean still out of commission, Kris and Matt do their best to run the dude ranch at Raintree while also preparing for the next race, which features Dani's new horse in the field.
Kris and Junior hastily decide to get married, but they're forced to postpone their plans when Jean is injured by one of the horses rescued by Matt.
Kris hopes that Flame's success in the DuPont Stakes might help Jean change her mind about Raintree's future, but Kris isn't so sure about what part---if any---she'll play in it.
When it appears that Flame is ready for his first race, Kris decides to fight to get her jockey's license reinstated.
The pressure is on Junior to decide whether or not to go through with his wedding to Laura after he and Kris share a moment of passion.
Junior's preoccupation with his and Calvin's business proposition takes time away from his wedding plans, but Laura suspects his loss of focus may have something to do with Kris.
Kris and Junior help Matt with his improbable plan to get Raintree back in the horse-racing business, which involves finding Wildfire's offspring, Flame.
Jean and Pablo are adamant that Kris leave town instead of sticking around and helping to care for Wildfire.
After Kris unexpectedly returns for a glimpse of Wildfire's next race, she gains an unlikely ally and a place to stay.
The fourth season begins six months after Kris was forced out of Raintree, which has undergone significant operational changes that leave Matt pining for the past.
Kris Furillo (Genevieve Cortese), having just served time at juvenille detention center for grand theft auto and resisting arrest, is offered a job at the Ritter family ranch after Pablo Betart (Greg Serano), a center volunteer who teaches inmates to ride, notices Kris' unusual talent with horses - especially the horse Wildfire, with whom Kris has bonded.
In the third-season finale, Kris and Matt weigh a generous offer from Sheik Omar that would go a long way toward easing Raintree's financial woes---but that also may be against the law.
Kris tries to repair the rift between Matt and Junior, but the tension is exacerbated by the approach of the important Bristol Stakes and the return of Gillian, who proceeds to resume her bonding with Junior.
A young woman finds excitement and romance at a horse ranch she works at as part of her parole from juvenile hall.
Wildfire: Season 2 clip - starring Genevieve Cortese, Nicole Tubiola, Nana Visitor. Directed by Michael Piller.
After leaving a juvenile detention center, a teen girl works with horses on a California ranch.
After spending a season adjusting to life on the ranch, Kris Furillo becomes increasingly involved in the ups and downs of horse racing and life on the track.
On her third season at Raintree Kris contends with the ranch's financial woes while at the same time navigating a tumultuous love life, all against the backdrop of a continuing rivalry with the Davis Farm.
After leaving a juvenile detention center, Kris Furillo gets a job working with horses on the Ritter family ranch in California as part of her parole.
In this Fourth Season Kris gets engaged and Raintree Ranch stages something of a come back.
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