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Whitney Next for Blame

BLAME (Arch) came out of his three-quarter length score in Saturday's nine-furlong Stephen Foster H. (G1) well and got to spend an extra day at Churchill Downs on Sunday as his Keeneland workmate Apart (Flatter) was entered in Sunday's 8TH race. Apart finished second by 2 3/4 lengths in that 1 1/16-mile allowance.


"They will both go back to Keeneland on Monday," trainer Al Stall Jr. said Sunday morning as he watched Blame walk the shedrow at Barn 47.

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