The sportsmen of Silver City see dollar signs when they convince a Russian duke to raise his horse against Clay's speedy stallion. A crooked gambler fixes the raise by arranging for Clay and his horse to be spend the night before the race searching for a nonexistent mob, exhausting both the lawman and his cayuse. Clay's friends blame him for losing the race, so when he gets word that the Russian is up to his old tricks in Bisbee, Clay rides west in hopes of getting a return match.
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Marshal Simon Fry
Well, there's all sorts of aches and pains, Clay. The one that seems to bother people the most is when it hits them in the pocketbook. That's a real tender spot.