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  • Alpha Kitten wins the Santa Ynez with Tyler Baze aboard. <br><a target="blank" href="http://www.bloodhorse.com/horse-racing/photo-store?ref=http%3A%2F%2Fpictopia.com%2Fperl%2Fgal%3Fprovider_id%3D368%26ptp_photo_id%3D7466402%0D%0A%26ref%3Dstory">Order This Photo</a>

    Alpha Kitten is Quick Cat in Santa Ynez

    She may be named Alpha Kitten, but she ran like Alpha Cougar or Alpha Cheetah, taking charge down the lane and winning the Santa Ynez Stakes (gr. II) for her first stakes win Jan. 17 at Santa Anita.

  • Midshipman and Tyler Baze take the Del Mar Futurity by a nose over Coronet of a Baron.<br><a target="blank" href="http://www.bloodhorse.com/horse-racing/photo-store?ref=http%3A%2F%2Fpictopia.com%2Fperl%2Fgal%3Fprovider_id%3D368%26ptp_photo_id%3D5777088%26ref%3Dstory">Order This Photo</a>

    Baffert Wins Eighth Futurity

    Robert and Janice McNair just might change their minds about getting out of racing now that their homebred Midshipman won the Del Mar Futurity (gr. I) Sept. 3 closing day. The photo finish victory at seven furlongs over the synthetic surface came just several days after the McNairs announced they were selling their horses and Central Kentucky farm to Sheikh Mohammed's Darley operation.

  • Russell Baze

    Baze Banned for Whip Use at Ascot

    Russell Baze, North America's most winning jockey with more than 10,000 victories during his career, will long remember his first ride in Europe at Ascot, which cost him a four-day whip ban.

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    Baze Wins His Final Race at Bay Meadows

    All-time leading jockey Russell Baze won his final race at Bay Meadows, known over the years as "Baze Meadows" due to his long record of success there, as the San Mateo track's last winter/spring meet came to an end May 11.

  • Bel Air Sizzle, winner of the Melair through disqualification, takes on the Senorita Stakes May 10.

    Bel Air Sizzle Back in Senorita Stakes

    The last time Bel Air Sizzle was entered in a race, it was through error. Less than 72 hours after the 3-year-old filly scored a solid 2 3/4-length allowance win at Hollywood Park, she was placed in the April 27 Melair Stakes, where trainer Barry Abrams intended to enter another starter, Lethal Heat, instead.

  • Russell Baze earned his unprecedented 12th overall Isaac Murphy Award from the National Turf Writers Association.

    Baze Earns 12th Isaac Murphy Award

    Racing Hall of Fame jockey Russell Baze, North America's all-time leading rider who passed the 10,000-win plateau Feb. 1, earned his unprecedented 12th overall Isaac Murphy Award from the National Turf Writers Association for finishing the 2007 season with the highest winning percentage of any North American jockey.

  • Jockey Rafael Bejarano, the leading rider during Santa Anita's current meet, is recovering well from a recent spill and is expected to spend only a few weeks on the sidelines.

    Bejarano Recovering Well from Spill

    Jockey Rafael Bejarano, the leading rider during Santa Anita's current meet, sustained compressed fractures to the T-5 and T-6 vertebra in a March 13 spill and has been replaced by Michael Baze as the rider for George Schwary's 3-year-old Georgie Boy in the March 15 San Felipe Stakes (gr. II).

  • Russell Baze celebrates his 10,000th win, Friday at Golden Gate Fields.

    Baze Muscles to 10,000th Victory

    Jockey Russell Baze became the first rider in North America to win 10,000 races Feb. 1 at Golden Gate Fields and said afterward that he's not planning to slow down any time soon.

  • Joe Talamo

    Talamo Fires Agent Ebanks

    Joe Talamo, the leading candidate for this year's outstanding apprentice Eclipse Award, will no longer be represented by agent Ronnie Ebanks.

  • Julien Leparoux plans on riding at Santa Anita for the upcoming winter meet.

    Jocks Bejarano, Leparoux Shift Tack

    Jockeys Rafael Bejarano and Julien Leparoux, currently among the top 12 riders in the nation by purses won this year, will move their tack to Southern California this winter, both riders' agents said Nov. 9.

  • Tyler Baze is having a very strong Oak Tree @ Santa Anita meet.

    Freshened Outlook Puts Tyler Baze Back in Limelight

    Riding on to the track at Santa Anita for the last race of the Oak Tree meet Nov. 4, leading rider Tyler Baze will flip shaded goggles down over his eyes and take a deep breath of the fresh, dry air, and will think of how close he came to losing this, the one pursuit he loves most in life.

  • Jockey Russell Baze, second from right, celebrates with his daughters Cassie and Trinity, from left, and wife Tami, right, after winning the sixth race at Bay Meadows to tie Laffit Pincay Jr.'s career record.

    Baze Ties Pincay's All-Time Win Record

    Northern California-based jockey Russell Baze tied Laffit Pincay Jr.'s all-time win record of 9,530 when he rode Christie's Fame to victory in the sixth race at Bay Meadows Nov. 30.

  • Wednesday's one-for-six puts Russell Baze a win away from the record.

    Baze Pulls Within One of Pincay

    Russell Baze had to wait through dark days Monday and Tuesday, and now he will have to wait at least one more day in his quest to become racing's all-time winningest rider.

  • Baze Collects Two Wins in Rain Sunday

    Jockey Russell Baze won the first two races on the Bay Meadows program Nov. 26 but missed out with four mounts on the back end of the card and remained three wins shy of setting the all-time record for career riding victories.

  • Baze Snaps Streak, Draws to Within 4 of Pincay

    Jockey Russell Baze broke out of a personal 11-race losing streak when Lainies Lion won the fifth race at Bay Meadows Saturday. When he won the following race as well, Baze drew within four of the all-time record for riding victories held by Laffit Pincay Jr.

  • Baze Blanked in Three Mounts Friday

    Jockey Russell Baze failed to add to his victory total with three mounts at Bay Meadows Nov. 24 and remains six behind in his pursuit of Laffit Pincay Jr.'s all-time record of 9,530 victories.

  • Russell Baze poses with racing's current winningest jockey, Laffit Pincay, Jr.

    Baze, Pincay Prepare for Record

    Russell Baze, with 9,519 career wins, still needs 11 victories to equal Laffit Pincay Jr.'s record as the winningest jockey of all time. But both riders are already getting geared up for the big moment.

  • Baze Teams With Hollendorfer for Triple

    Jockey Russell Baze and trainer Jerry Hollendorfer, a dominating duo in Bay Area horseracing for two decades, teamed for three winners at Bay Meadows Sunday as Baze zeroes in on the Laffitt Pincay Jr.'s all-time victory mark of 9,530.

  • Russell Baze stretches between races at Bay Meadows as he closes in on the record for most career wins by a jockey.

    Baze Rides Somethinaboutlaura to Stakes Win

    Russell Baze's lone win in six mounts Saturday at Bay Meadows came aboard favored Somethinaboutlaura in the $68,763 Autumn Leaves Handicap, leaving the veteran jockey 14 behind the all-time record for riding victories of 9,530 held by Laffit Pincay Jr.

  • Baze, Garcia Tie in Bay Meadows Jockey Race

    Hall of Fame jockey Russell Baze gained a share of his 35th riding title at Bay Meadows when he and apprentice Martin Garcia both won two races on Sunday's closing-day program at the 2005-06 holiday meeting.

  • Jockey Russell Baze winningest rider of 2005.

    Baze, Asmussen Top Nation in Wins in 2005

    Hall of Fame jockey Russell Baze and Texas-based trainer Steven Asmussen wrapped up the 2005 season as North America's leading jockey and trainer by wins.

  • Russell Baze to Miss Weekend's Mounts

    Hall of Fame jockey Russell Baze will be off his mounts this weekend after taking a hard fall in the seventh race at Bay Meadows Friday night.

  • Baze Joins AA, to Resume Riding Saturday

    Tyler Baze, who failed a Breathalyzer test Saturday at Hoosier Park and was suspended for seven days, has joined Alcoholics Anonymous and is set to resume riding Saturday at Santa Anita, his agent, Ivan Puhich said Thursday.

  • Tyler Baze Suspended by Indiana Stewards

    Eclipse Award-winning jockey Tyler Baze was suspended by Hoosier Park stewards on Oct. 1 after a routine pre-race breathalyzer test revealed that he was under the influence of alcohol. Baze was scheduled to ride Southern Africa for trainer Mike Puhich in the $500,000 Indiana Derby (gr. II), but was removed from his mount when he failed the test.

  • Bulimic Baze Ready to Rebound at Oak Tree

    Tyler Baze resumes riding at Oak Tree Wednesday after undergoing treatment for an eating disorder that dropped his weight to about 100 pounds, according to his agent, Ivan Puhich. Santa Monica nutritionist Dr. Phil Goglia treated the 22-year-old Baze, who struggled through a 62-race losing streak during the Del Mar meet.

  • Lost in the Fog takes Riva Ridge.

    Could Fans Have Seen Best 3-Year-Old?

    Fans came to Belmont Park Saturday to see who is the best 3-year-old in the land. They might have seen him, and his name is Lost in the Fog.

  • Belmont-Leading Prado Rides 'Fog in Riva Ridge

    Edgar Prado, the leading jockey at Belmont Park, will replace injured Russell Baze on undefeated Lost in the Fog in the $200,000 Riva Ridge Breeders' Cup (gr. II) Saturday.

  • Tyler Baze Hangs Win Number 1,000

    Tyler Baze, a 22-year-old Seattle native, rode the 1,000th winner of his career Friday, guiding Mashiko to a five-length victory in the fifth race at Santa Anita Park.