HORSE RACING Riding Landmark -- Laffit Pincay, the leading active thoroughbred jockey, won his 7,500th race, aboard Stalwart Express in the first race at Santa Anita. Pincay, 44, trails only Bill Shoemaker, who retired Feb. 3 with 8,833 victories.

COLLEGES Hofstra -- QB Rhory Moss has been cleared by NCAA of charges he used steroids to enhance his athletic performances, university officials announced. Moss was held out of 1990 Division III football semifinal after drug test following Flying Dutchmen's first playoff game showed traces of a steroid in his system. Hofstra lost the game to Lycoming. He admitted he used a small amount of steroids to gain some weight prior to a spring vacation in the Bahamas. Syracuse -- WR Rob Carpenter said he will enter NFL draft.

FOOTBALL Green Bay Packers -- DE Mark Hall was released on bond by the St. Mary Parish Sheriff's Office in Franklin after drug arrest. Cincinnati Bengals -- T Anthony Munoz was hospitalized in stable condition following surgery to repair a torn rotator cuff. Munoz, 32, tore the cuff in his left shoulder midway through season, but played in team's last six games.

FIGURE SKATING European Championships -- Soviet skaters swept the pairs competition in the championships in Sofia, Bulgaria. Natasha Mishkutinuk and Artur Dmitriev took the title, with Elena Bechke and Denis Petrov placing second and Evgenia Shishkova and Vadim Naumkov third. In men's individual competition, Soviets' Viktor Petrenko began his bid to repeat as champion by taking lead after original program. Petra Barna of Czechoslovakia was second, with another Soviet, Viacheslav Zagorodniuk, third.

MISCELLANEOUS Memorial Service -- Will be held Thursday for Nat Broudy, longtime basketball timekeeper at New York's Madison Square Garden. Known by the nickname of "Feets," Broudy died Monday at 76. He worked the clock at Garden games for 32 years until suffering a stroke in April 1988.