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FRANK SALIVE RETIRES AS TRACK ANNOUNCER October 26, 2021 FORT ERIE, Oct. 26 – Today, Frank Salive, Fort Erie’s track announcer is retiring from his commanding post in the announcer’s booth at the border oval. Salive has been the voice of horse racing for over three decades, calling races at several thoroughbred and harness tracks including… read more
SPECTATORS MUST BE FULLY VACCINATED TO ATTEND LIVE RACING AT FORT ERIE RACE TRACK September 17, 2021 FORT ERIE, September 17, 2021- On September 22, the Fort Erie Live Racing Consortium (FELRC) will require all spectators to be fully vaccinated to attend live or simulcast racing at Fort Erie Race Track. Provincial regulations outlined in the Reopening Ontario (A Flexible Response to COVID-19) Act,… read more
Haddassah captures the second jewel of the OLG Canadian Triple Crown September 15, 2021 FORT ERIE, September 14, 2021 – The fan-filled crowd cheered on Haddassah in the 86th running of the Prince of Wales Stakes. The son of Air Force Blue, trained by Kevin Attard and owned by Al and Bill Ulwelling was piloted to victory by journeyman Gary Boulanger. Consulting with conditioner Attard,… read more
Field of eight set for Prince of Wales Stakes. Several Plate runners vying for the second jewel of the OLG Canadian Triple Crown September 09, 2021 FORT ERIE, September 9, 2021 - A competitive field of eight horses will take part in the 86th running of the Prince of Wales Stakes, the 2nd jewel of the OLG Canadian Triple Crown (CTC). Six of those contenders are coming off varied performances in the Queen’s Plate. The 2021 Queen’s Plate… read more
The Story of Le Cinquieme Essai September 08, 2021 On October 28, 2001 Le Cinquieme Essai, a chestnut colt bred and owned by William J. Scott made his debut at the historic Fort Erie Race Track. While he didn’t win that day, he found himself in the winner’s circle in his third career start. Le Cinquieme Essai, meaning ‘fifth try’… read more