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Brass Hat Targets Clark

For those thinking that his Sycamore (gr. IIIT) victory last month at Keeneland may have been his swan song, think again. Nine-year-old star Brass Hat is being pointed toward the $500,000 Clark Handicap (gr. I) Nov. 26 at Churchill Downs.


Trainer Buff Bradley made the decision after Brass Hat had his first work back since his one-length score on Oct. 21.
“Watching him work like that makes me feel better,” Bradley said after Brass Hat worked five furlongs in 1:00 4/5 Nov. 12 under Calvin Borel over a fast track. It was the second fastest of 27 works at the distance. “I like it when Calvin comes back smiling.
“Calvin has always been telling me to run him back on the dirt. This is his home track and if the race was not here, we would not think about it. He was hitting the ground good this morning and Calvin never moved on him.”
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Older Comments about Brass Hat Targets Clark...

Wow BH..I saw your name and thought they were announcing your retirement....WAIT..they're announcing your next race:)Best of luck to you in the Clark..you're going to have your hands full...but you truly are one amazing horse!! Safe trip!

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