Sunday's figures: On-track attendance, 16,180; on-track betting, $1,133,320.40; total betting including simulcast, $7,060,704.93 .
This day last year: On-track attendance, 15,635; on-track betting, $853,552; total betting including simulcast, $7,482,046.
Coming up: Live racing resumes Wednesday with an eight-race card at Keeneland. There are no stakes on the card but Joha, winner of the 2012 Grade I Breeders' Futurity at Keeneland, heads a field of 14 entered for the day's seventh race going one mile on the turf.
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■ Trainer Todd Beattie said Sunday that Taris, brilliant winner of the Grade II Raven Run on Saturday, came out of her nine-length victory "100 percent."
While Beattie was unsure where Taris would run next, he did rule out heading to the Breeders' Cup Filly & Mare Sprint in Santa Anita Park.
"I own a quarter of the filly and I can tell you that is definitely not happening," Beattie said. "However, we can circle next year when the Breeders' Cup is at Keeneland."
■ Ashbrook Farm's Southern Honey, runner-up in the Grade II Thoroughbred Club of America Stakes, will be pre-entered Monday in the Breeders' Cup Filly & Mare Sprint, trainer Rusty Arnold confirmed Sunday.
"The filly is doing good and she came out of her work yesterday great," Arnold said.
The winner of Breeders' Cup Filly & Mare Turf has come out of the TCA the last five years.