The Red Mile's Grand Circuit meet comes to a close Saturday with a card of nine stakes races that will include 16 trotting and pacing millionaires.
The featured event is the $604,000 Tattersalls Pace, the final race of the day. Eleven of the top 3-year-old pacing colts in North America are entered in the 40th renewal of the race.
Rock N Roll Heaven, bred by former University of Kentucky basketball All-American Cotton Nash and family, is the 2-1 morning-line favorite.
Rock N Roll Heaven has won five consecutive stakes including the $650,000 Little Brown Jug and the $500,000 Breeders Crown. The Rocknroll Hanover colt also won a $111,500 Bluegrass division last Saturday at The Red Mile to push his career earnings to over $2.1 million.
Rock N Roll Heaven has 16 wins, six second-place finishes and two thirds in 26 career starts.
One More Laugh, who has 16 wins, six seconds and one third in 27 starts, is the 5-2 second choice.
One More Laugh also was an easy winner at The Red Mile last Saturday in a separate $111,500 Bluegrass division.
The gelded son of Mcardle has earned more than $1.7 million.
■ First post Saturday is 12:30 p.m. Gates open at 11 a.m. Admission is $2. Parking is free.
Kentucky Futurity encore
Saturday's eighth race, at 2:50 p.m., features a rematch of the top two finishers from last week's Kentucky Futurity at The Red Mile.
Wishing Stone (9-5) will put his four-race Red Mile undefeated streak on the line against Lucky Chucky (2-1) in a field of eight.