Thoroughbred-owner Katherine Wells finishes an interview at the track, then in confidence tells her horse trainer that she is quitting racing, having sold her prized thoroughbred for $5,000,000, and that, after its morning workout, the transfer would be official. Before his new owner and a camera crew, Oxford Don starts his quarter run, yet a different horse finishes - with no time to switch to a "Horse of a Slightly Different Color." It's another impossible puzzle for Banacek.
Did You Know?
The title is based on the expression: That's a horse of a different color. This was a major humorous scene after Dorothy and her companions enter the Emerald City in the MGM version of The Wizard of Oz
(1939). See more
As long as I have known you, you have never been able to face an unpleasant fact!
Oh, I don't know. He's faced *you* every day.