Keyword: Perry Ouzts

  • Perry Ouzts

    Ouzts Takes Santa Anita Off 'Bucket List'

    Sixty-year-old jockey Perry Ouzts was planning to visit Santa Anita as a spectator during a vacation with his wife, but instead landed his first mount at the California track in the Oct. 25 Autumn Miss Stakes.

  • Queen's Plate winner Lexie Lou travels to Santa Anita for the Autumn Miss Stakes.

    Queen's Plate Winner Lexie Lou in Autumn Miss

    Southern California race fans will get a rare look at a Queen's Plate winner when Lexie Lou takes on a full field of 3-year-old fillies in the $100,000 Autumn Miss Stakes (gr. IIIT) Oct. 25 on the Santa Anita turf.

  • Old Man Buck carries jockey Perry Ouzts to the richest win of his career in the Cradle Stakes.

    Old Man Buck Rocks in Grassy Cradle Stakes

    The $200,000 Miller Lite Cradle Stakes, run on the River Downs' turf course for the first time this year to position itself as a prep for the inaugural Breeders' Cup Juvenile Turf, may not have attracted any major shippers this time. But it could have produced at least one contender for the $1-million race when favored Old Man Buck turned in a measured one-length victory Sept. 3.<br />

  • 11 Months After Fall, Ouzts Returns to Turfway

    Veteran jockey Perry Ouzts returns to racing on Tuesday at Turfway Park almost 11 months to the day after an accident on the track left him with a compound fracture of the right forearm and five fractured vertebrae.

  • Ouzts on Sidelines After Fall at Turfway Park

    Jockey Perry Ouzts was injured after an accident in the second race at Turfway Park in Northern Kentucky Jan. 29 and is expected to be on the sidelines for two months.

  • River Downs Opens April 8 with New Surface

    River Downs, which will open for its 80th season Friday, has installed a new racing surface on its main track that is expected to better withstand the rigors of live racing during the summer months and require less daily maintenance.

  • Jockey Perry Ouzts Reaches 4,500-Win Mark

    Veteran jockey Perry Ouzts won his 4,500th race Sunday at muddy Turfway Park after riding Private Ambition to a 1 3/4-length victory in the third race, a $5,000 claiming event.