Sporting Blood

Sporting Blood

Movie: Sporting Blood
Director: S. Sylvan Simon
Produced by: MGM
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Directed in 1940 by S. Sylva Simon, Sporting Blood stars Robert Young as racing stable owner Myles Vanders. Shortly after traveling back to his ramshackle family estate in Virginia, he stirs up a long-term family rivalry with Davis Lockwood, who runs a neighboring stable. Vanders, in order to get under Lockwood’s skin, initiates a romance with Lockwood’s daughter Linda (Maureen O’Sullivan. As the big race approaches, however, Vanders slowly realizes he truly loves Linda. Though a stable fire harms his best racing prospect, Vanders’ cockiness has waned significantly, and he enters Linda’s best nag in the race against her father’s stable. Following the competition, Vanders attempts to mend fences between himself and Lockwood.

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