11/20/2002 1:00AM

Hawthorne track report


Hugh Robertson took sole possession of second-place in the trainer's standings by winning four races last Saturday. In addition to winning the featured Crafty Drone Stakes with the filly My Girl Lisa ($5.80), Robertson also saddled Bet on Joe ($4.60) to win the featured allowance. His other winners were 2-year-old Tyler's Jewel ($9.40) and Fearless Floyd ($6.40).

Michael Reavis retained a commanding lead atop the standings through Sunday's card with 14 winners, eight more than Robertson.

* Jockey Michael Doyle, tied for fourth in the jockey's standings through Sunday's card, lost his apprentice allowance after guiding Parker P to victory in Saturday's fifth race.

* Two overnight stakes have been written into the current condition book. The Regal Rumor for fillies and mares at six furlongs will be run on Nov. 30, and the Demetri's Boy for 3-year-old Illinois-breds at 1 1/16 miles is scheduled for Dec. 7. Both races carry a purse of $40,000-added.

* The $100,000 Illinois Breeders' Debutante on Dec. 14 is the next major stakes on the calendar.