05/11/2003 11:00PM

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Jack Servis, a longtime Philadelphia Park jockey agent, died Saturday at his home in Bensalem, Pa., at age 73. He is survived by his wife, Dolly; two daughters, Donna Servis and Kathy Sharp; and six grandchildren. Funeral services were scheduled for Wednesday evening at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton in Bensalem. . . . Jockey Perry Compton rode the 3,000th winner of his career in Sunday's final race at Prairie Meadows. He rode Perfect Moment ($17.40) to a 5 1/2-length win for trainer Kelly Von Hemel. . . . Toccet, a dual Grade 1 winner for owner Daniel Borislow, will stand at Lane's End in Versailles, Ky., at the end of his racing career, Borislow said Monday. Under an agreement, 3-year-old Toccet will race this year and could race again in 2004 in Borislow's name. . . . The Barretts two-day May juvenile sale got under way on Monday in Pomona, Calif., with an $85,000 Gentlemen-Kaylem Ho colt as the first session's early leader. Darryl Rader, agent, bought colt, a half-brother to Grade 1 winner Private Persuasion, from the Havens Bloodstock agency.