Fort Erie Race Track: Results for May 28, 2024

Tuesday, May 28 was opening day for the 2024 racing season at Fort Erie Race Track.

Here are the results:

Race 1: Tamana Triumphs

The first race, starting at 4:36 p.m., featured fillies and mares competing over five furlongs on dirt. Tamana, ridden by Alexis Sanchez, emerged victorious with a time of 59.06 seconds, rewarding bettors with $4.80 for a win. Hermione Granger, under Kirk Johnson, took second, and Fixyurhairupretty, ridden by Rosario Montanez, finished third. The winning horse was bred by Paul G. Mouttet and owned by Denise Carpenter and John Simms, who also trained the horse.

Race 2: Anarchy Takes the Turf

The second race, starting at 5:07 p.m., saw horses racing over five furlongs on turf for a $19,800 purse. Anarchy, guided by Edgar Zenteno, claimed victory with a time of 58.32 seconds. Reload Bullet, ridden by Kirk Johnson, came in second, and Gus’s Gamble, under Ismael Eluid Mosqueira, finished third. The winning horse was bred by Flying H Stables, LLC, owned by True Stride Racing Stable, and trained by Nick Guy Mileni, Jr.

Race 3: Mobilizer’s Muddy Mastery

At 5:43 p.m., the third race featured a five-furlong claiming event on a muddy track. Mobilizer, with Kirk Johnson in the saddle, won impressively with a time of 58.83 seconds, paying $15.80 for the win. Jamaican Jimmy, ridden by Edgar Zenteno, secured second place, and Palace Prince, under Rosario Montanez, finished third. Mobilizer was bred by Colebrook Farms, owned and trained by Howard Keen.

Race 4: Hicksy’s Sloppy Victory

Race four, starting at 6:12 p.m., was a six and a half furlong claiming race on a sloppy track. Hicksy, ridden by Ismael Eluid Mosqueira, crossed the finish line first with a time of 1:18.39, paying $2.30 for the win. Beyond My Dreams, guided by Edgar Zenteno, finished second, and Four Knights, with Omar Moreno aboard, came in third. The winning horse was bred by Penny Conrad and Manfred Conrad, owned by Bruno Schickedanz and Paula Loescher, and trained by Julie Mathes and Paula Loescher.

Race 5: Spirit Belle Surprises

The fifth race, an allowance race for fillies and mares, began at 6:41 p.m. over five and a half furlongs on a sloppy dirt track. Spirit Belle, with Edgar Zenteno up, stunned the crowd with a win at 1:05.50, paying a generous $40.80. T’pring, ridden by Sunny Singh, took second, while Stole the Ring, guided by Pierre Mailhot, finished third. The winning horse was bred by Huntington Stud Farm Corp., owned and trained by Salvatore Meli.

Race 6: Bellaspina Shines in Maiden Stakes

The Summer Solstice Cup Stakes, a maiden race, commenced at 7:11 p.m. with fillies and mares racing over five furlongs on a sloppy track. Bellaspina, ridden by Sofia Vives, claimed victory with a time of 59.20 seconds, paying $15.50. Ami’s Girl, guided by Ismael Eluid Mosqueira, finished second, and Knotty and Nice, under MarkLee Z. Buchanan, took third place. The winning horse was bred by Adolf Gust, owned by Bellwoods Farm, and trained by George Newland.

Race 7: Busta Groove’s Fast Finish

The Sprint Into Summer Cup Stakes began at 7:41 p.m.. Busta Groove, with Leo Salles aboard, won the race with a time of 57.98 seconds, paying $6.50. Fajardo, ridden by Amanda Vandermeersch, finished second, and Drillhall, guided by Sofia Vives, came in third. The winning horse was bred by Ann Elizabeth Margetts, Lisa Burry, and Larry Heffernan, owned by Born To Run Racing Stable, and trained by Roy George Agostino.

Race 8: Chrome’s Big Break Caps the Day

The final race of the day, a maiden claiming event for fillies and mares, took place at 8:10 p.m. over five furlongs on a sloppy dirt track. Chrome’s Big Break, ridden by Rosario Montanez, won with a time of 58.64 seconds, paying $7.80. Shes Hot to Trot, with Leo Salles up, finished second, and Jimmy Is a Breeze, guided by Edgar Zenteno, came in third. The winning horse was bred by Richard Barton Enterprises, Perry Martin, and Denise Martin, owned by Tricar Stables, Inc., and trained by Juan Pablo Silva.

Race 9: Cancelled Due To Weather

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