Trainer Tim Hamm is having a break out year and after years of rising up through competing on the Ohio/Kentucky circuit, will get a shot on the big stage in the Breeders’ Cup with the best horse he has ever trained. He will discuss his family roots in racing and his expanding ventures with his breeding operation in Ohio with WinStar Farm. Through the first three races of her career, Dayoutoftheoffice has handled every challenge. Stretched out for a third consecutive time and moving into Grade 1 company, the daughter of Into Mischief won the $250,000 Frizette for juvenile fillies going one mile on Saturday at Belmont Park in Elmont Park, N.Y. Hamm will be saddling his first-ever Breeders' Cup contender, adding a milestone to a career that started with his first victory with Rose Colored Lady at River Downs in 1996. Hamm picked up his first career Grade 1 win and his fourth graded stakes victory overall, joining Joanies Bella [2001 Grade 3 Arlington-Washington Lassie] and Afternoon Stroll [2009 Grade 3 Appalachian]. Dayoutoftheoffice ended an 11-year graded stakes drought with her Schuylerville score and gave Hamm a win in the prestigious Frizette, which has seen 13 previous winners earn the Eclipse Award as Champion 2-Year-Old Filly.