Medal Count, with Faustino Aguilar up, galloped at Churchill Downs in preparation for the Kentucky Derby. Medal Count finished eighth. The colt will get another shot at Derby and Preakness winner California Chrome in the Belmont Stakes. Photo by Jonathan Palmer
Medal Count, with Faustino Aguilar up, galloped at Churchill Downs in preparation for the Kentucky Derby. Medal Count finished eighth. The colt will get another shot at Derby and Preakness winner California Chrome in the Belmont Stakes. Photo by Jonathan Palmer Herald-Leader
Medal Count, with Faustino Aguilar up, galloped at Churchill Downs in preparation for the Kentucky Derby. Medal Count finished eighth. The colt will get another shot at Derby and Preakness winner California Chrome in the Belmont Stakes. Photo by Jonathan Palmer Herald-Leader

Departing, Medal Count close out Churchill meet trying to open new chapters

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