Keyword: Prized

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    Washington Bridge Supports Yankee Gentleman

    PORTER ON PEDIGREES, by Alan Porter<br />Louisiana's leading sire racks up another progeny graded stakes winner as Washington Bridge annexes Hollywood Park's grade II Bayakoa Handicap.

  • Brass Hat

    Brass Hat Back For More in 2009

    After a disappointing 2008 campaign in which he went winless in five starts, trainer Buff Bradley thought the end may had finally come for 7-year-old Brass Hat, a fan favorite who had claimed seven stakes victories in his sensational career.

  • Florida Sire Reprized Euthanized

    Reprized, a full brother to 1989 Breeders' Cup Turf (gr. I) winner and sire Prized, was euthanized Oct. 16 at Bill and Debra's Backlinie's D&B Farm near Morrison, Fla.

  • Brass Hat will likely miss the remainder of the 2008 racing season due to a suspensory injury.

    Brass Hat on Sidelines with Injury

    Brass Hat has an injury that will keep him from training for the next three months, which means he could not race before 2009, if all goes well. The 7-year-old gelded son of Prized suffered a strained suspensory ligament in his left leg.

  • The popular gelding Brass Hat will make the 25th start of his career in the Louisville Handicap at Churchill Downs.

    Brass Hat to Run in Louisville 'Cap

    On May 24, while reporters trace the every move of Triple Crown contender Big Brown, a hard-knocking 7-year-old gelding will make the 25th start of his career in the $150,000 Louisville Handicap (gr. IIIT) at Churchill Downs. And although the racing industry looks to a 3-year-old runner to attract nationwide fans, the reality is that Fred Bradley's Brass Hat is an equally intriguing horse to follow.

  • Brass Hat shows Fairbanks the way to MassCap win.

    Brass Hat Schools Fairbanks in MassCap Renewal

    Fairbanks may have been the 7-10 favorite, but Fred Bradley's 6-year-old Brass Hat put the youngster in his place when they hooked up in a fierce stretch duel in the Sept. 22 running of the $500,000 Massachusetts Handicap at Suffolk Downs.

  • Brass Hat defeats Student Council while setting a new track record for 1 1/16 miles at Churchill Downs.

    Brass Hat Sets Churchill Track Mark in Return

    Fred Bradley's grade I winner Brass Hat, making his first start in more than a year, demonstrated his good health when he broke a 36-year-old Churchill Downs track record at 1 1/16 miles Sunday, defeating favored Student Council by a head on closing day of the spring meet.

  • Ankle Fracture Knocks Brass Hat Out of Action

    Fred Bradley's Brass Hat, winner of this year's Donn Handicap (gr. I) and New Orleans Handicap (gr. II), suffered an ankle injury in a Thursday workout that will sideline the 5-year-old gelding for an extended period of time and could end his career.

  • Appeal Filed in Brass Hat Disqualification

    Attorney William E. Johnson officially filed an appeal May 4 on behalf of Fred and William "Buff" Bradley, the owner and trainer, respectively, of Brass Hat.

  • Brass Hat and Willie Martinez win the Donn Handicap, Saturday at Gulfstream Park.

    Ignored Brass Hat Dominates Donn Handicap

    Fred F. Bradley's often overlooked homebred Brass Hat absolutely dominated the field in Saturday's $500,000 Donn Handicap (gr. I) at sloppy Gulfstream Park for his third straight stakes victory since mid-December.

  • Brass Hat Wears New Orleans 'Cap Crown

    Brass Hat, making only his third start after a 13-month layoff, took a commanding 2 1/2-length victory in the $435,600 New Orleans Handicap (gr. II) Saturday at the Fair Grounds meet at Harrah's Louisiana Downs.

  • Brass Hat, Back From Ankle Break, Wins Prairie Bayou

    Almost 14 months after fracturing his right front ankle, Brass Hat made good on his rehab and the faith of his owner and trainer with a 2 1/2-length victory in the $50,000 Prairie Bayou Stakes Saturday at Turfway Park.

  • Brass Hat Passes All to Take Rich Indiana Derby

    Brass Hat and rider Willie Martinez came from the back of the field to surge past Suave and Hasslefree on his way to capturing the $511,300 Indiana Derby (gr. II) at Hoosier Park Saturday night.

  • Positive Prize Captures Gottstein Futurity

    Positive Prize took command in midstretch and drew off to a length victory in the $100,000 Gottstein Futurity in stakes-record time at Emerald Downs on Sunday.

  • Brass Hat Wears Ohio Derby Crown

    Fred F. Bradley's homebred Brass Hat, ridden by Willie Martinez, posted a 21-1 shocker by an easy three lengths in the $350,000 Ohio Derby (gr. II) at Thistledown Saturday.

  • Brass Hat Grabs Rushaway Ring

    Fred F. Bradley's homebred maiden Brass Hat, ridden by Jason Lumpkins, took command in the stretch and rolled to an easy 3 3/4-length victory over a suspect field of 3-year-olds in the $100,000 Rushaway Stakes at Turfway Park.

  • Fun House enjoyed a Buena Vista victory.

    Buena Vista Romp Amusing for Fun House

    Fun House, who has made a habit of collecting minor chunks during a consistent 22-race career, put it all together Saturday for her first graded stakes win in the $150,000 Buena Vista Handicap (gr. IIT) for fillies and mares at Santa Anita Park.

  • Prized Colt Tops Thursday's Keeneland Session

    Blandford Bloodstock paid $155,000 for a son of Prized to top Thursday's session of Keeneland's September yearling sale. For the session, Keeneland reported 299 horses sold for $4,066,800, good for an average of $16,946 and a median of $11,000.

  • Sandown Classic to Stark South's Son Hail

    Fayette Park, the New Zealand home of Prized, scored a triumph with another North American stallion in Stark South. This Dixieland Band son is the sire of Hail, winner of the $500,000 (Australian funds) Sandown Classic (Aust-II) on Nov 16.

  • Prized Gets Group I Winner in Australia

    Prized gained his second southern hemisphere group I winner when his 4-year-old daughter Prized Gem landed the $500,000 (Australian funds) Brisbane Cup (Aust-I) at Eagle Farm on June 10.