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Get Stormy wins Keeneland feature

Trainer Tom Bush is enjoying the latest challenge from Get Stormy.

After months of watching the 3-year-old colt fall short of his potential, Bush must now find more challenging tasks to determine what Get Stormy is capable of.

Under the guidance of jockey Javier Castellano, Get Stormy notched his first graded stakes victory Sunday when he drew off in the lane for a 11/2-length win in the Grade III, $125,000 Bryan Station Stakes over a mile on the Keeneland turf.

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