Murphy protested on the grounds Lloyd had checked him at the 500m when Music whipped around the field.
Stewards dismissed the protest after taking into account the distance of the alleged offence from the winning post.
Edmonds trains for several top studs, most notably Segenhoe and Aquis Farm, but Music was his first runner for the Kelly family's Newhaven Park.
The Kellys have had many winners in Brisbane including English who won last year's Doomben 10,000.
“That was our first runner for Newhaven and our first winner for them. It is an honour to train for such a renowned racing name” stable foreman Trent Edmonds said.
He said it was the first time in four starts Music had run on a dry track and she would improve.
Music is one of the few horses sired by former champion South African galloper Delago Deluxe to race in Brisbane.
Toowoomba trainer Ben Currie got his eighth winner in the past five days when Whycatchim led all the way to win the Benchmark 85 (1050m).
The win followed a Doomben treble last Saturday, and doubles at Ipswich and Toowoomba.
His lawyers hope to get a judicial review late this week so that the first 28 of those charges can be heard on Monday.