11/29/2015 10:44AM

Jockey Loveberry wins 1,000th race


Jockey Jareth Loveberry achieved his milestone 1,000th win in North America on Saturday night, when he guided Lawless West to a neck victory in the second race at Remington Park.

Loveberry was aboard Lawless West ($5), who won a maiden special weight sprint, for the partnership of Bryan and Tim Hawk. The horse is trained by Boyd Caster. 

Loveberry rode the first winner of his career Aug. 29, 2005, at Great Lakes Downs. Overall, he has had more than 8,000 mounts, and they have earned a collective $13.6 million.

Loveberry is in the midst of a strong season at Remington, where he ranks third in the standings. Among his stakes winners at the current meet is Bring It On Dude, a promising 2-year-old who has accounted for the Kip Deville and Oklahoma Classics Juvenile.

Beverly More than 1 year ago
Congratulations "Boo".. a Fantastic Achievement in just 10 short years .. You deserve all the praise for your hard work, dedication and the obviously true love of the horses you ride and the sport you chose to excel in. Good Luck the rest of the RP meet and Give Em' Hell at Oaklawn in 2016. Ride smart , stay safe and stay shiny side up. All the best to You, Stacie and Kennedy from Your Two Biggest Fans. Luv, The Whiz and Secret Agent Man