The second talking-mule movie begins with O'Connor and friend taking up residence on horsebreeder Kellaway's floundering ranch. While O'Connor falls in love with Kellaway's granddaughter, Laurie, and Francis basks in the easy living of the ranch, mobsters grab the horsebreeder's stable as
payment for a long-standing debt. To help out, Francis supplies his friends with a list of winners at Santa Anita so that Kellaway and company can raise enough cash to buy a horse to run in an upcoming $100,000 race. O'Connor takes the dough and buys a frustrated mare that doesn't think she can
run. Francis comes to the rescue by psychoanalyzing the nag on a couch of straw and ins...