Morey won the first race with Lil Angelina, who at 8-1 was the largest price on the tote board in a field of five fillies and mares. Ridden by Jesus Velazquez, Lil Angelina led every step of the way in the one-mile turf race and paid $18.60.
The $2 Morey Daily Double paid $34.40.
Morey is a enjoying a fine campaign at the summer meeting. The veteran conditioner has collected five wins, a second and two thirds from 14 starters and is tied for fourth in the trainer standings.
Baze, Julien Couton, and Alejandro Gomez each won two races Sunday. Couton and Baze are tied atop the jockey standings with 21 wins apiece. Gomez is third with 15 victories.
The final three days of the 17-day summer meeting will be held Friday through Sunday. Post time each day is 1:15 p.m.