Saturday's figures: On-track attendance, 23,788; on-track betting, $1,361,668; total betting including simulcast, $9,591,043.52.
This day last year: On-track attendance, 21,295; on-track betting, $1,385,058; total betting including simulcast, $11,346,413.
Coming up: There are no stakes races on Sunday's nine-race card.
Digital Access For Only $0.99
For the most comprehensive local coverage, subscribe today.
■ Lael Stables' Ageless, winner of the Friday's $100,000 Franklin County Stakes, spent Friday night at Hagyard Equine Medical Institute in Lexington after sustaining a cut below her left hock during her victorious run. "They cleaned the wound and stitched it up," trainer Arnaud Delacour said Saturday morning. "She will stay at the clinic for four days."
Ageless finished fourth against males in last year's Breeders' Cup Turf Sprint at Santa Anita. With this year's Breeders' Cup scheduled for Keeneland on Oct. 30-31, Ageless again was pointing to the race. "Obviously, the Breeders' Cup is now in jeopardy," Delacour said.
■ Donegal Racing's Keen Ice, who defeated Triple Crown winner American Pharoah in the Grade I Travers Stakes, worked 5 furlongs in 1:01.40 at Churchill Downs on Saturday morning with Tammy Fox up. Trained by Dale Romans, Keen Ice scored his second career win in 11 starts when he ran down American Pharoah in deep stretch of the Travers. "What I can tell you is I wouldn't trade horses with anyone," Crawford said of Keen Ice's move. "Tammy loved the way he went. He showed what he has developed in the last couple of months which is tactical speed. That's something that wasn't in his repertoire a few months ago. and obviously it was in the Travers. And the breeze today is an indication that was no fluke."