|Porky and Teabiscuit|
Porky is sent by his father to drop some feed off to the horse racetrack and get paid eleven dollars for the work. On the way home, he arrives at an auction and ends up accidentally spending the money on a horse named, "Teabiscuit". Teabiscuit turns out to be a sick, broken down horse, but Porky is able to shape him up so he can race, despite this Teabiscuit can not clearly think well. With help from a balloon pop however Porky is able to procure a victory and get back his money.
- (2005) DVD - Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 3, Disc Three
- (2017) DVD - Porky Pig 101, Disc 3
- First cartoon to have "WARNER BROS." and "Present" instead of "VITAPHONE" and "Presents" after the retiring of "VITAPHONE" and "Presents" in April 1939, although in a banner. The "WARNER BROS." text would have different font variations during the season, before finally reverting to an all-uppercase Times New Roman-like font. The banner would be featured in opening sequences up to "Hare-um Scare-um".
- The Redrawn colorized version used the incorrect 1937-1938 opening title and 1937-1938 opening music instead of the correct 1938-1939 opening and 1938-1941 opening music.