From Nameofthegame to Paperback Hero: June 25 results from the Fort Erie Race Track

Here are last night’s results from the Fort Erie Race Track:

Race 1: Nameofthegame triumphs in Maiden Claiming

Beginning at 4:44 p.m., the first race of the day was a Maiden Claiming event for three-year-olds and upward with a purse of $18,900. Covering a distance of five and a half furlongs on fast dirt, Nameofthegame, ridden by Leo Salles, emerged victorious with a winning time of 1:05.49. Salles guided the horse to a win, paying $4.90 for the win, $2.50 for place, and $2.10 for show. Fajardo, under Pierre Mailhot, finished second, while Opeechee, ridden by Ismael Eluid Mosqueira, secured third place. The winning breeder was Cynthia Ives Cauffman, with Mary E. Biamonte as the owner and Ralph J. Biamonte as the trainer.

Race 2: Mountain Sound steals the show

The second race, a Claiming race for fillies and mares, was off at 5:13 p.m. With a purse of $15,750 and a distance of six and a half furlongs on fast dirt, Mountain Sound, ridden by Ismael Eluid Mosqueira, clinched the win with a time of 1:18.61. Mountain Sound paid $5.10 to win, $2.80 to place, and $2.40 to show. More Savvy, under Cheyenne Kerr, took second place, while Ms Suedoo, ridden by Edgar Zenteno, finished third. The winning breeder was Frank Di Giulio Jr., with Denise Carpenter and John Simms as the owners and John Simms as the trainer.

Race 3: Paperback Hero takes the lead

The third race, a Claiming event, commenced at 5:40 p.m. With a purse of $22,200, Paperback Hero, ridden by MarkLee Z. Buchanan, won with a time of 1:42.99 over one mile and seventy yards on fast dirt. The horse paid $6.60 to win, $2.90 to place, and $2.40 to show. Executive Chairman, under Christopher Husbands, took second place, and Haddassah’s Devil, ridden by Pierre Mailhot, came in third. The winning breeder was C. Kidder, N. Cole, and B. Kidder, with Reginald Johnston as the owner and Roy George Agostino as the trainer.

Race 4: Peace in Paradise claims victory

The fourth race was a Maiden Claiming event for fillies and mares with a purse of $15,000 and a distance of about five furlongs on firm turf.  Peace in Paradise, ridden by Leo Salles, won with a time of 59.90. The horse paid $5.00 to win, $3.40 to place, and $2.90 to show. Wicken Cents, under Da-Sean Zavier Gaskin, finished second, and Bamboo’s Babe, ridden by Christopher Husbands, took third. The winning breeder was A1A Racing, with Michael Newell and Jeffrey Joseph Mansell as the owners and Sharon Ceccato as the trainer.

Race 5: Nicole’s Song sings to victory

Race 5, a Claiming event for fillies and mares, started at 6:41 p.m. With a purse of $22,200 and a distance of five and a half furlongs on fast dirt, Nicole’s Song, ridden by Omar Moreno, won with a time of 1:05.42. The horse paid $14.60 to win, $5.70 to place, and $3.30 to show. Getting Ahead, under Kirk Johnson, finished second, and Zafeather, ridden by Leo Salles, came in third. The winning breeder was Bruno Schickedanz, with Pass Eye Peach Stables as the owner and Michael J. Blake as the trainer.

Race 6: Cherry Gardens blossoms

Race 6, a Maiden Special Weight event for fillies and mares, started at 7:13. With a purse of $21,600 and a distance of six furlongs on fast dirt, Cherry Gardens, ridden by Sofia Vives, won with a time of 1:11.21. The horse paid $2.20 to win, $2.10 to place, and $2.10 to show. P T Beaucette, under Melanie Pinto, finished second, and Rohese, ridden by Da-Sean Zavier Gaskin, came in third. The winning breeder was Northern Dawn Stables Inc, with ICON Racing Stables as the owner and Anthony Adamo as the trainer.

Race 7: Glitter Bay shines in the finale

The final race of the day was a Starter Optional Claiming event. With a purse of $23,700 and a distance of about seven furlongs on firm turf, Glitter Bay, ridden by Juan Crawford, won with a time of 1:25.32. The horse paid $15.60 to win, $8.10 to place, and $5.20 to show. Kiddie Holiday, under Christopher Husbands, finished second, and Hiatus, ridden by Ismael Eluid Mosqueira, took third. The winning breeder was A. Francis Vanlangendonck, Barbara H. Vanlangendonck, and Haras Buen Borincano, with Princess Stables as the owner and Michael Wright, Jr. as the trainer.

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