Fred Bradley stands outside the stall (background left) where Brass Hat was born on Thursday, March 9, 2006 at Indian Ridge Farm (owned by the Bradley's) in Franklin County, Ky.   Fred Bradley and his horse-trainer son, Buff Bradley, have entered their home-bred horse, Brass Hat, in the March 25 Dubai World Cup.  (Buff and his wife and kids live on the farm. Fred lives in Florida but visits often.)  Note: Brass Hat was NOT at the farm.-dp
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Fred Bradley stands outside the stall (background left) where Brass Hat was born on Thursday, March 9, 2006 at Indian Ridge Farm (owned by the Bradley's) in Franklin County, Ky. Fred Bradley and his horse-trainer son, Buff Bradley, have entered their home-bred horse, Brass Hat, in the March 25 Dubai World Cup. (Buff and his wife and kids live on the farm. Fred lives in Florida but visits often.) Note: Brass Hat was NOT at the farm.-dp David Perry/Staff LEXINGTON HERALD-LEADER
Fred Bradley stands outside the stall (background left) where Brass Hat was born on Thursday, March 9, 2006 at Indian Ridge Farm (owned by the Bradley's) in Franklin County, Ky. Fred Bradley and his horse-trainer son, Buff Bradley, have entered their home-bred horse, Brass Hat, in the March 25 Dubai World Cup. (Buff and his wife and kids live on the farm. Fred lives in Florida but visits often.) Note: Brass Hat was NOT at the farm.-dp David Perry/Staff LEXINGTON HERALD-LEADER

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