After Darrin doesn't take Abner Kravitz up on a daily double bet that does pay off, Endora is incensed once again about her son-in-law, this time in how he takes no risks in life. So Endora places a spell on him to give him the soul of a gambler and Tabitha's toy hobby horse as the source for winning bets on the daily double at the local track. Samantha finds out what her mother has done and tries to get her to remove the spell. By that time, irreparable damage may be done to Darrin's career as the gambling takes over his life, and as he convinces Larry and Mr. Spengler, one of their spendthrift clients, on these bets as sure things.
Did You Know?
The title is based on the play Three Men on a Horse which opened on Broadway in New York City, New York, USA at the Playhouse Theater on 30 January 1935 and closed on 9 January 1937 after 835 performances. See more
Hoke Howell is credited as "Dancer" in the end credits, but his character is named "Count of "Valour". See more
References Three Men on a Horse