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Brass Hat Seeks Louisville Repeat

23 May 2009 : Calvin Borel and BRASS HAT (orange) just up in time passes the favorite Spice Route to win the G3 Louisville Handicap at Churchill Downs in Louisville, Kentucky.

One of these days 9-year-old Brass Hat will show signs of slowing down. It might be later this year, it could be in 2011, or maybe, it won't be until he is in his teens.


When that time comes, Buff Bradley, who trains the remarkable homebred gelding for his father, Fred Bradley, will be the first to know.
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