08/09/2005 11:00PM

Remington Park track report


Jockey Quincy Hamilton ranks as the 10th-leading rider in North America by victories after he captured five races on the nine-race card at Remington Park on Tuesday. Hamilton has won 162 races this year, and his mounts have earned $2,078,287.

Hamilton, the defending riding champ at Remington, won the first with Apple's Delight ($4.20), the third with Satin Sun ($5.60), the fourth with Unomes Flash ($4.20), the fifth with Rubiano's Music ($4.20), and the ninth with Live Connection ($11.40).

He ranks second in the Remington standings to Cliff Berry, who won six races last Friday. Perhaps the most notable of Hamilton's winners during Remington's opening week was Proven Cure, who at the age of 11 picked up his second stakes win in 2005 in the $40,000 Brother Brown.

Hamilton rode his first career winner on Nov. 12, 2003.

* Marq French, who won his maiden and an allowance at Lone Star Park, moves to the statebred ranks in Friday's featured seventh race, a six-furlong conditioned allowance. Trainer Donnie Von Hemel has given the mount to Don Pettinger.

* Cheyenne Breeze has been named the Oklahoma Thoroughbred Association's horse of the year for 2004. The association named the Richter Family Trust as the year's leading breeder.