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Ted Duncan is in love with the boss's daughter, Mary. But Copper, who runs the adjoining ranch, also loves Mary and seeks to separate the two. At the annual relay race, Mary's father puts his money on his own horse, jockeyed by Duncan; Copper does all he can to prevent Duncan's winning the race and hopefully the girl. Later, a barn dance serves as the setting for a variety of performances: yodeling youths, dancing, a song by Mona Ray (playing Peggy), drum acrobatics by Abe Lyman, and a one-handed clarinet duet by one of the boys in the band.