Set in the rolling hills near Lexington just a few years shy of the Civil War, "Breach of Honor" highlights a golden era of thoroughbred horse racing in the Bluegrass region of Kentucky.
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Race day is wildly popular and enormous sums of money are wagered on a mile loop around the downtown city streets. This newly organized sport spawned an industry of horse breeding for speed, but also attracted swindlers that fixed races for big payouts.
Colliding head-on with a racehorse gambling syndicate, Sam Carson fights for his life when he brings his prized thoroughbreds to race in Lexington. Refusing to throw a race. he learns honor has a price—they beat his hired hand, slow his racehorses, fire his barn, and steal the people dear to him.
Born and raised in Kentucky, a man takes to feuding naturally—and if that man is an expert shot, people are bound to get hurt. . .