Alan McCabe has booked Kieren Fallon for Caspar Netscher in the Breeders' Cup Juvenile Turf.
The English trainer has acted quickly to snap up the six-times champion at Churchill Downs for his Gimcrack and Mill Reef winner.
Robert Winston, who usually rides Caspar Netscher, is unable to take the mount on November 5 as he will be serving a suspension.
Fallon successfully filled in for Winston in the Mill Reef Stakes at Newbury last month.
"We discussed with the owner about using an American jockey, but Kieren said he was going out there so he was the first choice to ride," McCabe said.
Fallon took five rides at the same Redcar yesterday, but was unable to find the target as Paul Hanagan took another step towards being crowned champion jockey for a second successive season with a double on the same card.
With less than a fortnight of the turf season remaining, Hanagan took his tally for the campaign to 156, leaving him nine winners clear of Silvestre de Sousa and 13 ahead of Fallon.
Hanagan got off the mark for the afternoon by guiding 11/2 shot Future Security to a narrow victory in the EBF -- Double Trigger Maiden Stakes.
Fallon donned the Godolphin colours first on Mahmood Al Zarooni's Zaeem and looked like collecting heading into the final furlong.
But Hanagan brought the Saeed bin Suroor-trained apparent second-string Future Security with a late challenge to get up by a neck.
Hanagan then delighted favourite-backers when bringing 7/2 shot Body Language home in front in the Market Cross Jewellers Handicap.
"It's been a bit of a long haul, but I've enjoyed it a lot more this year," Hanagan said. "Kieren has been riding absolutely brilliantly all year and he's a guy I really look up to. Silvestre also keeps pulling these four-timers out of the bag.
"To have a four-timer at York (earlier this month) was unreal. You can't drop your guard and I just do what I keep doing and keep my head down."
Jockey Patrick Mathers fell foul of the controversial whip rules, receiving a seven-day suspension (November 9-12 and November 14-16) for using his whip with excessive frequency when scoring on 8/1 chance Valantino Oyster in the Subscribe To Racing UK Selling Stakes.
Shirley Teasdale was also banned seven days (November 9-12, November 14-15) for using her whip with excessive frequency aboard Greenhead High, who finished second in the concluding apprentice handicap.