Yesterday's figures: On-track attendance, 17,370; on-track betting, $1,171,548.40; total betting including simulcast, $10,746,663.33.
This day last year: On-track attendance, 12,627; on-track betting, $1,082,709; total betting including simulcast, $8,115,035.
■ The 75th anniversary Fall Meet concluded with a record for overall attendance in Keeneland meet history. During the 17-day meeting, attendance totaled 250,163, for an average of 14,715 per day. The previous meet attendance record was 244,145, set in the spring of 2006 for a 15-day meeting.
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"This was a strong meeting in so many ways — from attendance, to wagering, to quality of racing," Keeneland president Nick Nicholson said.
■ Julien Leparoux, Ken McPeek and G. Watts Humphrey Jr. captured leading jockey, trainer and owner titles, respectively. Leparoux dominated the jockey standings this fall with 33 victories while McPeek earned his third consecutive Keeneland title and fourth overall with 10 wins. Humphrey Jr., both solely and in partnership, won seven races during the meet to record his third fall leading owner title and seventh Keeneland title overall.
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