Sunday's figures: On-track attendance, 15,497; on-track betting, $1,131,337.20; total betting including simulcast, $6,406,783.10.
This day last year: On-track attendance, 13,238; on-track betting, $748,287; total betting including simulcast, $6,937,806 .
Coming up: Live racing returns with an eight-race card on Wednesday. Stakes racing picks up again on Thursday as a field of 11 is slated to start in the Grade III, $100,000 Sycamore Stakes going 11/2 miles on turf.
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■ Grade I winners Liam's Map and Stopchargingmaria headed up a slate of works for trainer Todd Pletcher on Sunday morning as each tuned up for their respective Breeders' Cup starts.
Both Liam's Map and Stopchargingmaria hit the track when it opened following the renovation break, with the former breaking off for a solo 5-furlong move under exercise rider Nick Bush. Liam's Map, who captured the Grade I Woodward at Saratoga on Sept. 5, worked smoothly and was clocked in 1:00.40 with a gallop out in 1:13.80 as he prepares for a start in the Breeders' Cup Dirt Mile at Keeneland on Oct. 30.
"I thought it was an excellent move," Pletcher said. "It seemed like he did it relaxed and hit the ground very well. He hasn't run in a little while so we wanted to get a good, stamina-building breeze in him. Just keeping him on target."
Stopchargingmaria, who is on track for a start in the Breeders' Cup Distaff on Oct. 30, posted a 4-furlong move in 48.40.
■ I'm a Chatterbox provided a mini show for her owners Carolyn and Fletcher Gray in attendance at Keeneland on Sunday morning as the daughter of Munnings drilled 4 furlongs in 47.20, her first move since capturing the Grade I Cotillion Stakes at Parx on Sept. 19.
With regular rider Florent Geroux in the irons, I'm a Chatterbox came onto the main track just after the renovation break with trainer Larry Jones ponying her to the backstretch. After breaking off for her move, Geroux didn't ask for much as I'm a Chatterbox went the first quarter in 23.6 and galloped out in 1:03.
"This was just testing out to see how good we come out of the Cotillion," Jones said after the work. "Just let her start thinking 'Okay, I'm getting back to work' and she acted like she was eager enough to go do it. When I cut her loose from the pony it didn't take her long to be gone."
I'm a Chatterbox is on track to face older fillies for the first time in the Breeders' Cup Distaff at Keeneland on Oct. 30.
■ Neil Howard-trainee Eagle, third in the Grade II Kentucky Jockey Club Stakes last November, earned his first win since prevailing at Keeneland last October when the son of Candy Ride won the day's featured eighth race on the card going 11⁄16 miles on the main track.