Yesterday's figures: On-track attendance, 14,310; on-track betting, $1,322,818; total betting including simulcast, $7,523,147
This day last year: On-track attendance, 20,256; on-track betting, $1,587,840; total betting including simulcast, $8,387,096.
■ Jockey Garrett Gomez and trainer Christophe Clement won their first Keeneland titles when the Spring Meet wrapped up Friday. Gomez notched 22 wins, beating out Julien Leparoux, who had 16 victories. Clement's nine wins were one more than Todd Pletcher. Six owners tied for the meet title with three wins apiece.
■ On Monday night in Frankfort, the Capital City Museum is hosting Brass Hat Day to honor the 9-year-old Grade I winning gelding who has earned more than $2 million. Bred and owned by Fred Bradley and trained by his son, Buff, Brass Hat will be in attendance at the event, which will feature short speeches by Ted Bassett, Brereton Jones, Rick Hiles and jockey Calvin Borel. The celebration starts at 4:30 p.m. with first speeches at 5:15.