Sunday's figures: On-track attendance, 12,534; on-track betting, $870,303.60; total betting including simulcast, $8,039,177.52.
This day last year: On-track attendance, 9,034; on-track betting, $722,785; total betting including simulcast, $7,494,091.
Coming up: Quality Rocks will be making her grass debut following a win over the Polytrack in the Arlington-Washington Lassie Stakes when she heads up a field of nine entered for Wednesday's Grade III, $150,000 JP Morgan Chase Jessamine Stakes for 2-year-old fillies going 11⁄16 miles.
■ Turf Stable LLC's Lawn Ranger held off a late bid from Danny Boy to win the Grade III, $250,000 Dixiana Bourbon for 2-year-olds. The Dixiana Bourbon was a Win and You're In race for the $1 million Breeders' Cup Juvenile Turf to be run Oct. 31.
Lawn Ranger, who broke his maiden in his previous start at Kentucky Downs, put Less Than Perfect away at the sixteenth pole and had enough left to turn back Danny Boy's late bid and complete the 11⁄16 miles on a firm turf course in 1:44.41.
■ Trainer Charlie LoPresti said that two-time defending Horse of the Year Wise Dan "was acting like he never ran" the morning after the champion gelding's 1-length triumph in the Grade I Shadwell Turf Mile on Saturday. "It's kind of scary, isn't it," LoPresti said of Wise Dan, who also won the 2012 edition of the Shadwell Turf Mile. "He's not a bit tired this morning."
■ Tristan Barry, assistant to trainer Todd Pletcher, said that Carpe Diem exited his 6¼-length romp in Saturday's Grade I, Claiborne Breeders' Futurity in good order. "He ate up everything and is doing well this morning," Barry said of the colt, who is owned by WinStar Farm and Stonestreet Stables.