Yesterday's figures: On-track attendance, 17,512; on-track betting, $1,048,920.10; total betting including simulcast, $6,550,453.66.
This day last year: On-track attendance, 12,060; on-track betting, $870,932; total betting including simulcast, $5,795,038.
Coming up: There are no stakes on Wednesday, but the day's top race, a 11⁄16-mile allowance turf test, features a strong group of older fillies and mares. Hooh Why, winner of the 2009 Grade I Ashland Stakes at Keeneland, drew the outside post in the nine-horse field.
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■ Yet another track record, the sixth of the meet, was set on Sunday when Grigio won the day's second race going 11⁄16 miles on the main track in 1:40.86. Grigio broke the record of 1:41.61 set three days ago by Baby Afleet.
■ Future Prospect and General Quarters, 1-2 finishers in the Grade II WinStar Kentucky Cup at Turfway Park on Sept. 24, will likely meet again in the Grade II Fayette, a 11⁄8-mile race for 3-year-olds and up on closing day at Keeneland. Those two horses are among 30 nominations to the Fayette.
ALICIA WINCZE HUGHES