"...a prodigal son's descent down the easy path of show life, living on unredeemed pledges and the occasional grants from his impoverished mother, who is finally forced into the workhouse. In the palmy days the family owned a racehorse whose name gives the title to the picture, and they run [sic] it with happy results in a race for old timers. Meanwhile, a girl who is in the mother's ward enters into a romance with the son's friend, a better specimen than the son himself." ( The Cinema News and Property Gazette , 19 Nov 1925.)
Frank S. Mattison
Sidney M. Goldin
A New York State license was issued to First Division Pictures, but the Film Year Book gives the release year as 1928 and the distributor as Trinity Pictures.