Brass Hat, owned by Fred Bradley, second from left, and trained by Bradley's son, Buff, right, earned more than 
$2.1 million, winning 10 times in 40 starts.
Brass Hat, owned by Fred Bradley, second from left, and trained by Bradley's son, Buff, right, earned more than $2.1 million, winning 10 times in 40 starts. ASSOCIATED PRESS
Brass Hat, owned by Fred Bradley, second from left, and trained by Bradley's son, Buff, right, earned more than $2.1 million, winning 10 times in 40 starts. ASSOCIATED PRESS

Brass Hat, 10, says farewell to racing career

May 25, 2011 12:00 AM

UPDATED May 25, 2011 03:52 AM

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