The 22-year-old rider also has been named to ride one mount on Friday's card, Sky Reality, in the first race for trainer Howie Zucker.
"He's excited, I'm excited," Barsotti said. "He's absolutely thrilled to be back and to be with the horses."
Fogelsonger, who won the Eclipse as 2002's top apprentice rider and has been nominated for the same honor again this year, relocated to California from his native Maryland last summer. He was one of the Maryland circuit's top jockeys, winning riding titles and Laurel and Colonial Downs and transferred a good portion of that success to the West Coast, accepting mounts from some of the top trainers. Last year he won 278 races from 1,388 mounts for total purses of $5,903,822.
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