While Ace tours a prison outreach horse retirement farm with Claire, Israel tries to convince Smythe that his boss is on the level. Jerry and his erstwhile card dealer, Naomi, try to win their way into a poker tournament. Lonnie decides to 'go it alone' by putting in a claim for another horse, a filly named Niagara's Fall. Walter meets with Hartstone, a lawyer, to defend his ownership of Gettin'Up Morning, and has to make a decision about which jockey will ride him next. Rosie asks Joey to be her advocate; Ronnie attends AA in an attempt to get his life, and career, back on track.