Johnny Hardwick grew up at the racetrack and knows that his horse Honeyblossom, is unbeatable. At an after-race party, Johnny comes to the aid of a woman who is being molested by a brute and in the ensuing fight breaks a bottle over the man's head. Wantedby the law, he flees to the tiny backwater town of Madison Springs where he falls in love with pretty Margaret Warren and lands a job in her dad's grocery store. When Margaret tells Johnny that her father is about to wager his life savings on a horse race, he hatches a clever plan to save the family fortune. Philadelphia native Douglas MacLean stars in this quality Thomas Ince production. Known as ""the man with the million dollar smile,"" MacLean is known for his roles in Going Up (1923), Never Say Die(1924) and Hold That Lion (1926). Later he would produce a score of films including Seven Keys To Baldpate (1925) and 231/2 Hours Leave (1937).