Braggin Rights only made 10 starts, winning once and picking up five other placings, earning a total of $12,591. The daughter of Iroquois Park is a full sister to grade 3-placed multiple stakes winner Ultimate Warrior.
Braggin Rights had five foals to race, with stakes winner Vito Flitto as her highest earner.
Now at 23 years old, the mare lives at TAA-accredited Our Mims, where the organization’s president and founder Jeanne Mirabito says the mare has multiple personalities.
“Braggin Rights has four personalities. One of them is nice,” Mirabito said.
“We call them ‘categories.’ When she is at Category One, she is an angel. Category Four is a different story.
“There are no secrets to her moods. She is genuinely honest at all times and can be bribed with treats to improve her mood.”
Photo: Erin Shea