Stopped for speeding while on the way to her 19th birthday party, the sexy young Jessica Miller assumes she’ll get by with the usual warning. Although her glove box is filled with unpaid tickets, she’s sure that her daddy, the Mayor, will ‘take care of it,’ just as he always does. However, once the officer pulls her driving records, he abruptly orders her from the car, subjects her to a demeaning pat down, then cuffs her ankles and wrists, and shoves her into the back of his cruiser. Arrested for attempted armed robbery! Oh, but this is a huge mistake! On the way to the police station, the stunned Jessica rattles off a battery of questions, only to learn from the smooth-talking officer that she’s not been arrested at all. She’s been kidnapped! Taken to a secluded grist mill, she’ll be held until her daddy pays the ransom demands. Once in the mill her terror multiplies, as her captor begins an S&M ‘birthday celebration,’ during which she’s bound and gagged, in a ‘bobbing for apples’ style contest with a tub of water and balls, then photographed in her dire state. The photos will land in daddy’s email, proof she’s alive and in danger. The officer continues her torment with his roving hands moving adroitly over her body and rousing her sexual desires. Much to her further distress, her excited body climaxes in its prison of rope. While waiting for daddy to respond, the officer begins the ‘training’ portion of her captivity: a regime of bondage and female pony training designed to turn the terrified girl into a human pony, fitted with the appropriate harness, bridle, bit, tack and tail. “There’s always a good market for a well-trained filly,” he tells her. If daddy doesn’t want her, he’s sure some wealthy man will. In time, Jessica will learn the shocking truth about her nightmarish captivity. Until then, she’ll endure humiliating and often painful pony workouts as she learns to become both a hard-working ‘draft’ pony and a prized ‘show pony’ in a fancy costume.
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