Updated on 09/15/2011 12:34PM

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Jockey Mario Pino won six races at Colonial Downs on Monday. Pino, the leading jockey at Colonial Downs the past two years, scored with Baby Beach ($4), More Stars ($5.20), Angel Storm ($4), Loves Best Bet ($8.80), Running Brush ($4.20), and Prospect Green ($6.20). . . . Walter Ramos Jr. won all six races on the card at Marquis Downs in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Saturday. Ramos was victorious on Private Seduction ($5.30), Legstosee ($8.20), Compeer's Bequest ($3.20) Redlind ($4.50), Dancin Donna ($4.40), and Smart Graustark ($4.30). . . . A $240,000 Pleasant Colony filly out of Aly Capri bought by Eaglestone Farm, Inc., topped Fasig-Tipton Midlantic's 2-year-olds and horses of racing age sale Tuesday at Timonium, Md. The one-day auction's average rose 31 percent to $18,698 from last year's average price of $14,303 as fewer lots were sold - 91, down from 112. . . . Gerald Mosse will end his lucrative nine-year stint as the Aga Khan's retained rider at the close of the French season this fall. The 33-year-old Mosse has accepted an offer to ride in Hong Kong for champion trainer P. C. Kan, but he will return to ride in France after the conclusion of the Hong Kong season in May.