Pretending to be out-of-work cowpokes, Howard and Crawford turn up at the White Sage ranch at the secret request of owner Robson. She has the feeling that her workers, led by foreman Quinn, are commandeering her cattle, killing them, and shipping them off to market on the sly.
Unfortunately for the two Rangers, they get assigned to work on the other side of the ranch, but eventually discover Quinn's tactics. Before long, order is restored as the Rangers crush the racket, paving the way for range romance with Howard pairing off with Drew, Robson's niece, and Robson
rekindling an old affair with veteran Ranger Grapewin. This was billed as a sequel to the 1936 film TH...