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Brass Hat wins Louisville Hcp

The question wasn’t if, but when would Brass Hat win again.

The answer came Saturday when the 8-year-old gelding, owned by Fred Bradley and trained by Buff Bradley of Frankfort, won the $100,000 Louisville Handicap Saturday at Churchill Downs. 

The victory was Brass Hat’s first since winning the Massachusetts Handicap in September 2007.

“He actually turned a full eight years old yesterday,” Buff Bradley said after Saturday’s race. “He’s just been training awesome. We felt like he had a good shot.

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