Yesterday's figures: On-track attendance, 7,931; on-track betting, $679,925; total betting including simulcast, $4,753,137.
This day last year: On-track attendance, 7,055; on-track betting, $630,111; total betting including simulcast, $5,666,390.
Coming up: Sweetest Song, trained by Carl Nafzger, and Tom Proctor-trained Wild Mia head a field of 14 entered in Thursday's feature, a $51,000, turf allowance race.
■ Fans can have their photo taken with the Budweiser Clydesdales Thursday and Friday from noon-1 p.m. outside the South Gate entrance. The Clydesdales will perform on the main track between races on Saturday.
■ Wayne Catalano took over the trainers' lead when his Open Outcry outdueled Mr. Universo, trained by Kenneth McPeek, in Wednesday's third race. Catalano has nine victories during the Fall Meet, one more than McPeek. The meet ends Saturday.
■.Robby Albarado won twice Wednesday to cut into Julien Leparoux's lead in the jockey standings, but Leparoux took the ninth race on Flat Chance for his 21st victory of the meet. Albarado has 14 wins.