Sunday’s figures: On-track attendance, 11,323; on-track betting, $720,787.80; total betting including simulcast, $8,923,641.34.
This day last year: No comparable figures for this day in 2015 because the track was dark for Easter.
Coming up: Live racing resumes with an eight-race card on Wednesday. Stakes racing returns Thursday with Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies Turf winner Catch a Glimpse part of a field of 11 in the Grade III Appalachian Stakes going 1 mile on the turf.
▪ Nyquist had another energetic jog on Sunday, going twice around the wrong way on the Keeneland oval with Jonny Garcia up. Jack Sisterson, assistant to trainer Doug O’Neill, said the Florida Derby winner would likely resuming galloping on Monday. “The first thing I did was text Doug and the words I told Doug were ‘Words can’t describe how good he went,’” Sisterson said. “It’s an honor to be around a horse like this. I know he was just jogging and you think well, what can you see in a horse just jogging? But it was fantastic.”
▪ Breeders’ Cup Mile winner Tepin breezed 4 furlongs in 48.40 over the main track at Churchill Downs on Sunday in her final move before her expected start in the Grade I Jenny Wiley Stakes at Keeneland on April 16.
▪ Keeneland had an all-time single-day handle record of $21,736,983 on Saturday. The previous mark was $21,647,378 on Toyota Blue Grass Day in 2012. All-sources wagering Saturday included $20,805,455 handled on Keeneland’s 11 live races; $423,679 wagered on the Big Apple/Bluegrass Pick 4; and on-track simulcast handle of $507,849.