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While on a modeling job at the race track, Ann can't keep her mind on her work as she is more preoccupied with the favor she agreed to do for three of Donald's friends: place a $15 bet on the daily double. Although she has trouble even remembering the horses to bet on, novice bettor Ann does manage to place the bet. She continues to be distracted by what is happening on the track until the end of the second race, when she learns that she is holding onto a winning $500 ticket. The next problem becomes the fact that she can't find the ticket. After learning that she needs the ticket to collect while not being able to find it, Ann becomes resigned to the fact that she will owe Donald's friends the money. But Donald tells her that she owes them not the $15 from their original bet as she believes, but rather the $500 the winning ticket is worth. Donald thinks Ann may be off the hook when his friends, who believe that Ann the model is their lucky charm, ask her to place a $500 bet on a long shot in a race the following day on a horse named Lucky Model. Donald suggests to Ann that she not make the bet on the high probability that Lucky Model won't win, and thus that $500, which no longer exists, will really be gone in the eyes of his friends. Will Ann tell them the truth and pay them the $500, or will she not make the bet on the high probability that 8:1 long shot Lucky Model will lose like she always does, which also means that Ann would owe the guys $4,500 if Lucky Model actually wins?
While modeling at Belmont Racetrack, Don's friends see a horse named after her and have her place their money on him. Then Ann loses the ticket.
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