12/14/2010 4:07PM

Berry moving tack to Oaklawn Park

Dustin Orona Photography
Cliff Berry goes 7 for 7 on Friday at Remington Park after guiding 9-year-old Orphan Brigade to victory in the 10th race.

Jockey Cliff Berry, who was aboard Grant Jack one day after tying a North American riding record by going 7 for 7 on Friday night’s card at Remington, will be based next at Oaklawn.

“I’m going to take a couple of weeks off, then go over and start working horses pretty soon,” Berry said. “I’ll be there probably the first few days” of the new year.

Berry, 48, was the first rider since Russell Baze in 2006 to win seven races on a card without a loss. There have been two others known to accomplish the feat, Tim Moccasin in 2001 and Richard DePass in 1980. (The record for most wins on a card is nine, which Eddie Castro set with 11 mounts in 2005). Berry tied the perfection record when the 9-year-old Orphan Brigade won the 10th race Friday.

“The pressure was kind of on the last race,” Berry said. “That horse is a good horse, made a lot of money. It was special. The 7 for 7, it’s amazing. I didn’t realize only three people had done it.”

Berry said he had won seven races on a card one other time, but with more mounts.

“I did it in Tulsa, years ago, in 1993 or 1994,” he said. “I rode every race, I’m sure.”

Berry said it was during a mixed meet at Fair Meadows. The rider, who has won six races on a card at Remington on three different occasions, won the track’s title for the 13th time Saturday.