An autopsy will be done today on the man killed at Churchill downs, the site of the Kentucky Derby.
A security guard found the victim's body early Sunday morning, about 12-hours after the 138th running of the Kentucky Derby in Louisville.
The victim has been identified as Adan Fabian Perez, 48. He worked at the racetrack as a groomer for trainer Cecil Borel, the brother of three time derby winner and Oaklawn veteran Calvin Borel.
Student Loans On the Senate Schedule
Congress goes back to work today after spring recess, on the agenda in the senate, student loans.
Interest rates are set to double July 1st.
The Senate will vote today whether to debate a democratic plan to keep rates where they are and pay for it by collecting more social security and Medicare payroll taxes from high-earning executives.
Republicans want a vote on their own bill which would also freeze the current rate for one year, but pay for it by eliminating a preventative health program.
Prince Harry Honored in D.C.
Britain's Prince Harry will be in Washington D.C. today to receive an award.
The Atlantic Council is honoring the Prince for his work with war veterans and soldiers.
Prince Harry is a soldier himself, a member of the British military.
It is expected to be a short trip for the young royal, a spokesperson says his visit to the U.S. will likely last less than 24 hours.
The Atlantic Council is a non-partisan U.S. based think-tank which promotes Transatlantic Cooperation and international security.