Yesterday's figures: On-track attendance, 7,301; on-track betting, $605,900.90; total betting including simulcast, $4,175,354.57.
This day last year: On-track attendance, 7,391; on-track betting, $679,925; total betting including simulcast, $4,753,137.
Coming up: There are no stakes races at Keeneland until Saturday when the 53rd running of the Grade II Fayette Stakes takes place. A field of 12 horses was entered for the 11⁄8-mile Fayette, including Grade I winner General Quarters and graded stakes winners Wise Dan, Future Prospect and Mission Impazible.
■ Those who played Wednesday's Pick 3 wager that ended with the sixth race have been urged by the track to hold on to their tickets because there was an error in the pricing of the payoff. The sixth race was originally a mile on the turf, but the race was taken off the grass because of heavy rains. Since the race changed surfaces after wagering had begun, the Pick 3 should have paid for all in the sixth race instead of just the winning horse. You still had to have the winners of the fourth and fifth races, but if you did you had a winning ticket (2-10-all). Patrons who played the Pick 3 should visit www.Keeneland.com Thursday for the adjusted payoffs and to get information on how to get corrected payoffs.
■ Abuela, the longest shot in the field at odds of 21-1, beat Grade I winner Hooh Why and stakes winner Snow Top Mountain to win the $58,000 Lakeland Farm Purse. The 11⁄16-mile race was scheduled to be run on the turf but was moved to the main track because of heavy afternoon rain.
Ridden by Jon Court for trainer Victoria Oliver, Abuela covered the distance on Polytrack in 1:43.82.
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