Journey into yesteryear during the Old West when men were men and women were, well, women. Save a horse; ride a cowboy. Cute.
The first cowboy to be ridden is Kris Knight who drops his load, and his pants, thanks to the sage(brush) oral advise of Joelean. He takes her (you guessed it) doggie, and she (you guessed it again) also rides him sans sunset.
Old leather face Randy Spears, who seems to specialize in scenes where he is wearing a t-shirt or a funny hat, continues the pace and finds that home on the range is in the juncture between Lisa Marie's legs. He doesn't plow the south 40, but he does fill her gap. Marie also comes back out of the prairie dog den a bit later to share a strap-on with Dee. The rest continues with a realistic rendition of the Wild West, and director Skye Blue does a fine job.
For the record, the behind-the-scenes extra mentioned on the box was omitted from the final product.