Major Lex Kearney, dishonorably discharged from the army for cowardice in battle, has actually volunteered to go undercover to try to prevent raids against shipments of horses desperately needed for the Union war effort. Falling in with the gang of jayhawkers and Confederate soldiers who have been conducting the raids, he gradually gains their trust and is put in a position where he can discover who has been giving them secret information revealing the routes of the horse shipments. Written by
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In the mirror flashing scenes, Major Kearney tells the riders to hold their mirror steady for 30 seconds if everything is okay but flash it around if there are any problems and they'll wait to move the horses. In the next scene, the mirror can be seen flashing from the top of the ridge meaning there was a problem but the whole camp gets excited and moves out with the horses. See more
Pete Elm, Leader of Non-military Raiders
[Rousing the Jayhawkers and Rebels
C'm'on, Rebs, stir up! This ain't no cotillion! C'm'on, boys, pack and saddle up! We're headin' south! Money in the sock, boys!
Referenced in Golden Saddles, Silver Spurs