- When Scooby and Shaggy are running away from Dapper Jack's ghost in the guest house and have reached the outdoors, the ghost turns around and starts chasing Daphne and Velma instead of the two cowards for a change. Hearing the girls in distress, Scooby insists on going back to save them and drags Shaggy with him.
- As often happens, the museum attendant treats Velma with brusque disdain but falls over himself the moment Daphne walks in. Daphne looks at Velma's upset face, winks, convinces the man to let them through, then drops the countertop onto his hand.
- After the rodeo, Shaggy waves off the compliments since Scooby talked to the horse... only to be informed, by his very proud friends, that Scooby had not, and Shaggy won the contest all by himself.
- Scooby's repeated efforts to help Buddy through his fear of horses, from prancing about on horseback to make him laugh to letting himself be saddled and ridden in the parade.
- When Shaggy rides off after the fleeing stagecoach, someone says that he'll never manage to track it in the growing darkness. That's when Fred grabs the fireworks that have accompanied Dapper Jack's "ghost" and lights up the sky, helping Shaggy and putting the things used to blacken his ancestor's name to better use.
Heartwarming / Scooby-Doo! Shaggy's Showdown