Yesterday's figures: On-track attendance, 26,003; on-track betting, $1,953,394.40; total betting including simulcast, $12,826,203.63.
This day last year: On-track attendance, 22,958 ; on-track betting, $1,732,226; total betting including simulcast, $10,722,375.
Coming up: Graded-stakes winner Aruna, second in the Grade I Diana last time out, is the 4-1 morning-line choice in a deep field for the Grade I, $500,000 Juddmonte Spinster going 11⁄8 miles on the main track. The Grade III Bourbon Stakes for 2-year-olds going 11⁄16 miles on the turf is also on the Sunday card.
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■ Julien Leparoux, who won the 2010 Fall Meet title and this year's Spring Meet crown for leading rider, is off to a spectacular start two days into the current meet. Leparoux rode four winners on opening day Friday and booted home four more victors on Saturday's card, including the Grade I First Lady Stakes aboard Never Retreat.
■ One day after taking the Grade I Darley Alcibiades with Stephanie's Kitten, owners Ken and Sarah Ramsey gained another possible Breeders' Cup starter when the 3-year-old Holiday for Kitten won the Grade II Thoroughbred Club of America Stakes by a head over Musical Romance at 18-1. In addition to earning a berth in the Breeders' Cup Filly and Mare Sprint, Holiday for Kitten also provided the Ramseys with their 100th victory at Keeneland when she covered the 6-furlong test in 1:08.72.
■ Silverton Hill's Havelock won for the third time in his last four starts Saturday when he made a four-wide bid in the lane and drew clear under jockey Robby Albarado to take the Grade III Woodford Stakes by a length over Perfect Officer. Havelock rebounded after a seventh-place finish in the Grade II Kentucky Cup at Turfway on Sept. 24, but trainer Darrin Miller held off on committing to the Breeders' Cup Turf Sprint.
ALICIA WINCZE HUGHES