LEXINGTON, Ky. &ndash; The barrage of stakes run during the opening FallStars Weekend at Keeneland created the predictable void for the first full week of racing here, although a nine-race Wednesday card is not without a combination of class and intrigue.\r\nA 6-year-old gelding named Bold Hawk should draw notice when he makes his first start in nearly three years in the featured sixth of nine Wednesday races, a $53,000, third-level allowance at a mile on the turf. In fall 2007, Bold Hawk won the Grade 3 Hawthorne Derby, then was third in the Grade 1 Hollywood Derby before going to the sidelines.\r\n&ldquo;Oh my gosh, has it been almost three years?&rdquo; trainer Jimmy Toner asked from New York. &ldquo;It&rsquo;s really funny, but this horse has never really had anything major go wrong. It&rsquo;s not like he bowed [a tendon] or fractured a knee. After the Hollywood Derby, he did have a little something with a suspensory, so I gave him six months off, and then he didn&rsquo;t come back as well as I had wanted. I finally had him ready to run this spring, but then we had to do a little throat operation. He&rsquo;s a classy horse with ability, and we&rsquo;ve basically just taken our time with him.&rdquo;\r\nBold Hawk will be ridden by Julien Leparoux when breaking from post 3 in a field of eight 3-year-olds and up. His main competition appears to be Desert Wheat, an earner of nearly $690,000, and Boots Ahead, most recently third in the Grade 3 Red Bank at Monmouth Park.\r\nOne other allowance is carded for Wednesday: the eighth, a $49,000, entry-level turf route that drew an overflow field of fillies and mares. Last-out Saratoga maiden winners Unbridled Humor and Flourish are among a handful of top contenders.\r\nThe Keeneland stakes schedule resumes Thursday with the $150,000 Jessamine for 2-year-old turf fillies. In all, three stakes are on tap for this five-day week, with the $100,000 Franklin County on Friday and the $400,000 Queen Elizabeth II Challenge Cup on Saturday. Nine graded stakes were run here on opening weekend.\r\n◗ Keeneland has moved first post for the balance of the meet to 1:15 p.m. Eastern, 10 minutes later than what was in use for the first three programs.