Jockey Cliff Berry, who was aboard Grant Jack one day after tying a North American riding record by going 7 for 7 on Friday night&rsquo;s card at Remington, will be based next at Oaklawn.\r\n&ldquo;I&rsquo;m going to take a couple of weeks off, then go over and start working horses pretty soon,&rdquo; Berry said. &ldquo;I&rsquo;ll be there probably the first few days&rdquo; of the new year.\r\nBerry, 48, was the first rider since Russell Baze in 2006 to win seven races on a card without a loss. There have been two others known to accomplish the feat, Tim Moccasin in 2001 and Richard DePass in 1980. (The record for most wins on a card is nine, which Eddie Castro set with 11 mounts in 2005). Berry tied the perfection record when the 9-year-old Orphan Brigade won the 10th race Friday.\r\n&ldquo;The pressure was kind of on the last race,&rdquo; Berry said. &ldquo;That horse is a good horse, made a lot of money. It was special. The 7 for 7, it&rsquo;s amazing. I didn&rsquo;t realize only three people had done it.&rdquo;\r\nBerry said he had won seven races on a card one other time, but with more mounts.\r\n&ldquo;I did it in Tulsa, years ago, in 1993 or 1994,&rdquo; he said. &ldquo;I rode every race, I&rsquo;m sure.&rdquo;\r\nBerry said it was during a mixed meet at Fair Meadows. The rider, who has won six races on a card at Remington on three different occasions, won the track&rsquo;s title for the 13th time Saturday.