Saturday's figures: On-track attendance, 21,295; on-track betting, $1,385,058; total betting including simulcast, $11,346,413.25.
This day last year: On-track attendance, 32,717 ; on-track betting, $1,709,571 ; total betting including simulcast, $11,957,814.
Coming up: There are no stakes on Sunday's card though graded stakes winner Emotional Kitten highlights a field of nine entered in the day's featured eighth race.
■ Despite the fact that neither is riding the full Keeneland meet, Hall of Famer John Velazquez and Joel Rosario are tied atop the jockey standings with seven wins apiece heading into Sunday's card. Velazquez has also won four of the six Grade I races held during the Keeneland Fall Meet, having swept the Breeders' Futurity, First Lady, and Shadwell Turf Mile last Saturday to go along with his victory aboard Crown Queen in the Queen Elizabeth II Challenge Cup.
■ Jockey Anthony Stephen was back galloping horses for trainer Jonathan Sheppard on Saturday morning, less than 24 hours after being unseated following Friday's third race. After the race, Arty's Cigar stumbled and Stephen went over the gelding's head. "The last thing I remember was taking my helmet off and the next thing I knew I was in the ambulance and people are asking me all kinds of questions," said Stephen. "They did not take any X-rays or anything (at the UK Medical Center) and they said I must be a fast healer because they sent me home."
Arty's Cigar got up immediately and was quickly corralled.