PORTLAND, Ore. &ndash; Monday will not simply be another day at the office for Portland Meadows&rsquo;s leading jockey Joe Crispin.\r\nCrispin will lead a team of fellow Portland Meadows riders &ndash; Javier Martinez, Mark Anderson, and Troy Stillwell &ndash; in the second Annual XpressBet Jockey Challenge against Team Southern California&rsquo;s Joel Rosario, Joe Talamo, David Flores, and Martin Pedroza.\r\nPrize money of $20,000 is up for grabs in the four-race series in which jockeys were randomly assigned mounts.\r\n&ldquo;Ever since I heard I was selected, I&rsquo;ve been excited,&rdquo; said Crispin, who tied his own record by winning seven races, including the Dennis Dodge Memorial and the Mt. Hood Stakes &ndash; on the Nov. 17 card. &ldquo;It makes me feel great, representing Portland Meadows.&rdquo;\r\nCrispin is looking forward to competing against old friends Flores and Pedroza and meeting emerging stars Rosario and Talamo, but he&rsquo;s excited simply to be competing.\r\n&ldquo;I&rsquo;ve been waiting to do this for a long time. Two years ago I didn&rsquo;t get a chance to ride,&rdquo; said Crispin.\r\nHe was scheduled to ride in the first Challenge in which Portland riders defeated their counterparts from Northern California on Jan. 7, 2009, but he fractured a hip in a spill barely a week before that event and missed it.\r\nCrispin says fans he has talked with enjoy the chance to watch the visiting riders compete. There will be a special pre-race autograph session beginning at 11:30 a.m. with both the visiting and local riders.\r\nTalamo will ride 5-2 morning-line favorite Caballito de Mar in the fourth race, which begins the Jockey Challenge at 2:04 p.m. Pacific. Stillwell is on the 7-2 second choice Mufaajy.\r\nAnderson rides the 3-1 favorite Sassy Britches in the fifth race with Pedroza aboard 4-1 second choice Schu Smartie Jean.\r\nFlores rides 3-1 favorite Dancin Candy in the sixth with Stillwell aboard 7-2 second choice Mr. Ichiban.\r\nTalamo drew the assignment on 5-2 favorite Brainstorm in the seventh with Rosario aboard 3-1 second choice Decatur Island. Anderson, who will ride 6-1 Castle Pines, is the 7-year-old gelding&rsquo;s regular rider.\r\nThere will be a special $25,000 guaranteed Pick 4 on the Jockey Challenge races. Portland&rsquo;s low 14 percent takeout will be in effect for the wager.\r\nThe Jockey Challenge races will be carried on HRTV with Peter Lurie and Richard Migliore covering live at the track.