Lenzini won the third race with the 2-year-old filly Mean Joleene, who paid $94.60 to win after going off at odds of 46-to-1. Lenzini then captured the fourth race with the 3-year-old gelding Way Speed, who returned $17.20 as the largest price in a scratch-plagued field of four.
Lenzini complete his training hat trick when Beamer Bee ($12.40) won the eighth race. The victories were Lenzini's first at the 2008 fall meeting as he entered the card 0-for-9.
Baze sustained a small bruise to his left forehead but was cleared to ride the remainder of his mounts.
Apprentice Reed Saldana rode back-to-back winners, taking the second race with heavy favorite Shesalittlepistol ($3.40) and the third with Mean Joleene.
INDYANNE RACES AT KEENELAND -- Indyanne, the exciting Northern California-based filly who has won four of her five lifetime starts, will face nine opponents Saturday in the $300,000 Thoroughbred Club of America Stakes at Keeneland Race Course in Lexington, Kentucky.
Trained by Greg Gilchrist, Indyanne will be ridden by Robby Albarado. Indyanne, at odds of 7-to-2, is the second choice on the morning line in the six-furlong sprint for fillies and mares.