Updated on 09/18/2011 12:43AM

Bejarano wins six races in a day

Silent Name and Rafael Bejarano win the $150,000 Arcadia Handicap at Santa Anita on Saturday.

ARCADIA, Calif. - In only his second trip to California, jockey Rafael Bejarano won six races at Santa Anita on Saturday, a milestone that included a victory aboard Silent Name in the $150,000 .

It was the 12th time in track history that a rider had won six races in a day.

Bejarano's win on Silent Name was his fourth of the day. Silent Name was always near the front, and rallied along the rail on the final turn, a move that essentially clinched the win.

Silent Name led by two lengths in the stretch and won by 1 1-2 lengths over Chinese Dragon, finishing a mile on turf in 1:33.17.

Milk it Mick, the 9-5 favorite, finished third in the field of 10.

Bejarano, who is currently riding at Keeneland, reacted to the victory by enthusiastically waving to the crowd when he returned to the winner's circle.

"This is my best day out here, a really good day," he said. "This is my second time in California. I was here last year one time to ride for Bobby Frankel and D. Wayne Lukas.

Owned by Alain and Gerard Wertheimer, Silent Name is trained by Gary Mandella. A winner of 5 of 12 starts, Silent Name will remain a turf miler, Mandella said.

*Foxysox remained unbeaten after three starts in the United States with a hard-fought win in the $109,400 for 3-year-old fillies.

Always near the front, Foxysox ($10.20) stalked pacesetter Two Turn Halo through a quick pace and survived challenges from Shermeen and Harriett Lane in the final half-mile to win by a length. Ridden by Alex Bisono, Foxysox finished a mile on turf in 1:34.88.

Harriett Lane finished second, a nose in front of Chosen Royalty in the field of eight.

Foxysox has won 3 of 8 starts and $191,824. Owned by Warren Williamson and trained by Carla Gaines, Foxysox was a maiden in England last year.

*Shining Energy ($7) rallied from fifth to win the $107,705 American Beauty Handicap for fillies and mares. The race marked the third stakes win of her career.

Ridden by Corey Nakatani, Shining Energy ran a mile on turf in 1:34.94, finishing 1 1-4 lengths in front of even-money favorite Moscow Burning. Midwife, the pacesetter, finished third in the field of eight.

Owned by a partnership and trained by Julio Canani, Shining Energy won the La Habra Stakes and San Clemente Handicap last year.