Impossible Bertie, Equal Justice & Four Knights: Fort Erie Race Track results for June 24

With Fort Erie Race Track hosting some exciting Monday night horse racing, here are the latest results:

Race 1: Le Grand Garcon takes the win
The first race of the day, a Maiden Special Weight for three-year-olds and upward, started at 4:34 p.m. Le Grand Garcon, ridden by Pierre Mailhot, took the victory with a time of 1:12.65 over six furlongs on a fast dirt track. Mailhot’s skillful riding earned Le Grand Garcon a win payoff of $7.80, place $3.40, and show $2.30. Follow Me Home, ridden by Christopher Husbands, placed second, and You See Me, with Matthew Jeremiah Dennis aboard, finished third. The race’s total purse was $21,600.

Race 2: Ashwicken wins the maiden claiming
Race 2, a Maiden Claiming for fillies and mares three years old and upward, kicked off at 5:05 p.m. Ashwicken, ridden by Edgar Zenteno, won the one-mile and seventy-yard race on the dirt track with a time of 1:46.02. The win earned Zenteno $10.10 for the win, $3.90 for the place, and $2.40 for the show. Royal Chrome, with jockey Kirk Johnson, placed second, while Rumours Fly, ridden by Sofia Vives, finished third. The purse for this race was $18,900.

Race 3: Impossible Bertie takes the claiming race
At 5:41 p.m., Race 3, a claiming race for fillies and mares three years old and upward, saw Impossible Bertie, ridden by Amanda Vandermeersch, claim victory. The race covered about seven furlongs on a good turf track, with Impossible Bertie finishing in 1:26.52. Vandermeersch’s win payouts were $10.80, $4.80, and $3.40. Few Regrets, with Christopher Husbands, came in second, and Fixyurhairupretty, ridden by Edgar Zenteno, placed third. The total purse for the race was $19,800.

Race 4: Equal Justice wins in a thrilling finish
Race 4 commenced at 6:12 p.m., featuring a claiming race for horses three years old and upward over five furlongs on the dirt. Equal Justice, with jockey Kirk Johnson, emerged victorious with a winning time of 58.12 seconds. Johnson’s winning payouts were $18.50, $6.50, and $3.10. It’s Game Knight, ridden by Edgar Zenteno, placed second, and Bails Him Out, with Juan Crawford, finished third. The race’s purse was $13,500.

Race 5: Street Serenade dominates the six-furlong claiming race
The fifth race of the day started at 6:46 p.m., a claiming race for horses three years old and upward over six furlongs on the dirt. Street Serenade, ridden by Amanda Vandermeersch, took first place with a time of 1:12.01. Vandermeersch’s winning payouts were $11.90, $4.50, and $3.50. Back to Reality, ridden by Kirk Johnson, placed second, and Classy Boy, with Leo Salles, finished third. The purse for this race was $19,800.

Race 6: Grainger County wins in the turf race
Race 6, a claiming race for three-year-olds and upward, began at 7:23 p.m. and covered about five furlongs on the turf track. Grainger County, ridden by Sofia Vives, won the race with a time of 58.44 seconds. Vives earned payouts of $3.70, $2.60, and $2.10. Quarky, ridden by Juan Crawford, placed second, and Anarchy, with Edgar Zenteno, finished third. The total purse for the race was $22,200.

Race 7: Four Knights claims the final race of the day
The last race of the day, Race 7, started at 7:55 p.m. This claiming race for horses three years old and upward covered six and a half furlongs on the dirt. Four Knights, ridden by Melanie Pinto, won with a time of 1:18.37, earning payouts of $7.30, $3.60, and $2.50. Brady O’Brady, ridden by Leo Salles, placed second, and Half Lit, with Kirk Johnson, finished third. The race’s purse was $15,750.

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