Cynthia Reitz, 8, of Maysville, petted Muppet Man with assistant trainer Jim Twardy, left, and her father, Nolan Powell, during Make-A-Wish Day at Keeneland on Thursday.
Cynthia Reitz, 8, of Maysville, petted Muppet Man with assistant trainer Jim Twardy, left, and her father, Nolan Powell, during Make-A-Wish Day at Keeneland on Thursday. Lexington Herald-Leader
Cynthia Reitz, 8, of Maysville, petted Muppet Man with assistant trainer Jim Twardy, left, and her father, Nolan Powell, during Make-A-Wish Day at Keeneland on Thursday. Lexington Herald-Leader

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