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Make Music For Me Heading to Churchill

MAKE MUSIC FOR ME (Bernstein), who was sixth in the Blue Grass S. (G1) last weekend, is scheduled to depart Keeneland for Churchill Downs on April 20, according to Andy Durnin, assistant to trainer Alexis Barba. Owned by Ellen and Peter O. Johnson, Make Music for Me could secure a spot in the starting gate for the Kentucky Derby pending the defections of enough horses ahead of him on the graded stakes earnings list, or he could race in the American Turf S. (G3) on April 30.


On Wednesday, the multiple Grade 1-placed stakes winner returned to the track for the first time since the Blue Grass, jogging twice around Keeneland's five-furlong training track.

 
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