Sunday's figures: On-track attendance, 13,238; on-track betting, $748,287.20; total betting including simulcast, $6,937,806.69 .
This day last year: On-track attendance, 16,927; on-track betting, $1,201,126; total betting including simulcast, $7,767,776.
Coming up: Live racing returns with an eight-race card on Wednesday, featuring Grade I-placed Marathon Lady against 10 challengers in the day's sixth race.
Stakes racing returns on Thursday with a field of nine entered in the Grade III, $100,000 Sycamore Stakes going 11/2 miles on the turf.
■ Ken and Sarah Ramsey's homebred Emotional Kitten surged to the lead at the eighth pole en route to a 11/2-length victory over Northern Passion to win the $66,000 Cherry Valley Purse for fillies and mares.
Trained by Wesley Ward and ridden by Paco Lopez, Emotional Kitten covered the 11⁄16 miles on a turf course rated as "good" in 1:43.46.
The win ended a five-race losing skid for the daughter of Kitten's Joy and marked her first victory since taking the Grade II Mrs. Revere Stakes at Churchill Downs last November.
■ Jockey Corey Lanerie booted home two winners on Sunday's card, enough to move him to the head of the Keeneland jockey standings with eight wins total heading into Wednesday.
Lanerie most recently tied Ricardo Santana Jr. at 13 wins each for the meet title during Churchill Downs' September meeting.
■ Set to Music, a Dynaformer gelding out of multiple Grade I winner Pussycat Doll, scored his second win in three career starts when he took the day's fifth race going 11/2 miles on the turf.