10/09/2001 11:00PM

Hoosier Park

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ANDERSON, Ind. - Jockey Rodney Prescott won four races from nine mounts last Friday on Indiana Oaks night.

Prescott started off with a $94.80 upset aboard Cocoa Light for trainer Randy Klopp in the second race. The longshot keyed a 6-4 daily double worth $715.20. Prescott won the third, again for Klopp, aboard 3-2 favorite Livewire. In the sixth he guided Win Sucka Win ($12.60) to victory for trainer Kim Hammond. In the seventh he won aboard Talented Won ($20.60).

Prescott is now fourth in the rider standings with 21 wins. Defending champion Terry Thompson leads the way with 36 winners through Monday, while Cindy Noll and Jamie Theriot are tied for second at 22.

Robby Albarado swept the oaks-derby daily double offered on this track's two premier events, winning the Indiana Oaks aboard Scoop and Saturday's Indiana Derby on Orientate. The double returned $179.80.

A pair of 2-year-olds turned in eye-catching performances in Monday's fourth race. Robin Zee, trained by Stanley Roberts, ran down the Larry Holt-trained Mr. Rocket Man for a half-length victory in 1:10.56, one of the fastest six-furlong clockings of the meet. The duo were nearly 13 lengths in front of the remainder of the field of eight maidens.