Once upon a time there lived a poor couple. They lived in the wild West in an old, tiny, brown cabin in the woods. One day, they had a baby girl, and they named her Cindy. When Cindy was six, her kind mother died. Her dad married another woman when Cindy was ten. Her new mother had two daughters, named Emily and Kylie, and they where older than Cindy. The stepsisters where cruel and jealous of Cindy because she was beautiful and charming.
One day, a messenger came with an invitation to a two day rodeo. The stepsisters went to the rodeo, leaving Cindy behind. Cindy cried because she wanted to go too. With a poof of magic, her fairy godmother appeared before her. The fairy godmother said, “Don't worry- I will get you to the rodeo just in time for the horse race!” With magic from her pistol, the fairy godmother turned Cindy Ellen into a glorious Western cowgirl. Then the fairy godmother warned Cindy that she had until midnight to leave the rodeo and flee before the magic ran out. Cindy Ellen arrived at the rodeo with her gleaming horse. Cindy won the horse race and the trick show. Cindy met the prince at the rodeo and he admired her skill and beauty. When she fled later that night, she lost a boot.
The prince sent footmen to scout out Cindy Ellen. The footmen went door to door looking for the beautiful Cindy Ellen, because the prince loved her. The footmen came to Cindy's door. Cindy answered the door, but it was her stepsisters that tried on the boot in vain. Cindy wanted to try on the boot but was being ignored. The footmen where about to leave when Cindy moaned she had the right to try the boot on, too. The footmen agreed to let Cindy try on the boot, and it fit perfectly. The next day Cindy and the prince got married, and the stepsisters decided to suddenly be kind to Cindy Ellen. The rest was happily ever after.