"He'll ride a couple this weekend and a few more before the end of Hollywood," Stevens' agent, Craig O'Bryan said. "But we expect to get things really going at Santa Anita. That's our focus."
O'Bryan said that Stevens is also expected to be named to ride for Sunday's card, as well as on That's An Outrage in the Dec. 20 Hollywood Futurity (gr. I) for trainer Mike Puhich.
Stevens won the Eclipse Award as the nation's top jockey in 1998 and was voted into the Hall of Fame in 1997. He's a three-time Kentucky Derby-winning rider (Winning Colors, 1988; Thunder Gulch, 1995; and Silver Charm, 1997) and has won nearly 4,800 races over a career spanning more than 25 years. His mounts have earned more than $213 million overall.
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