07/06/2005 12:00AM

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Jockey Russell Baze, the nation's leader in races won, won Wednesday's fourth race at the Alameda County Fair, his first mount since he broke his collarbone on June 8. Baze, who rode favored Janzig Affair to a half-length victory, is scheduled to ride unbeaten Lost in the Fog in the Grade 2 Carry Back at Calder on Saturday. . . . Amizette, a full sister to Twining carrying a One Cool Cat foal and with a foal colt by hot freshman sire Montjeu at her side, brought a sale-record $276,995 Tuesday at the Tattersalls July sale opener in Newmarket, England, bought by John O'Byrne from Ireland's Islanmore Stud. At Tuesday's second of three sessions, the session-topper was the $203,280 3-year-old Lil's Boy gelding Back to Paris, whom Sean Tiernan bought from Glebe House Stables. . . . Jockey Ryan Fogelsonger stars in a reality television show on MTV this week, chronicling his efforts to add eight pounds of muscle to his 104-pound frame The show, "True Life: I want the Perfect Body II," was scheduled for Thursday at 10 p.m., Friday at 10:30 a.m. and 6 p.m., Saturday at 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., and Sunday at 4 p.m.