Jevian Toledo on the Pimlico circuit.

Jockey Jevian Toledo cemented his place in third place in the Preakness Meet classification with four wins on Saturday afternoon at the historic Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore, Maryland.

Toledo, 26, the leading rider in Maryland in 2015 and 2017, started his big day winning on Band On Tour ($ 5.20) in Race 4 and Golden Can ($ 5) in Race 5.

In Race 7, Toledo led 9-5 favorite Grateful Bred to a 2½-length win in the 5-year-old Great Notion gelding’s first start since finishing fourth behind Fiya in the 5½-trunk Maryland Million Turf Sprint last year October in Laurel Park.

“He’s a really, really nice horse,” said Toledo. “When I asked him, he gave me everything he had. He tried 100 percent. “

Represented by Agent Marty Leonard, Toledo ended his afternoon with a 9¼ long triumph on 3 year old filly Tam Char from Maryland in Race 8, a pickup mount. Tam Char, trained by Charles Frock, hadn’t raced since finishing sixth in a six-race maiden run in Laurel last October.

“They told me to warm her up myself because she might need it, so I warmed her up myself. She broke and they told me to put her in the race because the [last] Sometimes it somehow stayed in the gate and it came from a dismissal, ”said Toledo. “I put her in the race and she got me pretty close. I didn’t even ask her, and when I asked, she ran away. It was pretty good. “

Toledo, who won four on four of his previous 19 mounts, now has 21 wins, two behind JD Acosta, who won Saturday’s third race on Mosby’s Ranger ($ 8.20). Charlie Marquez, who was at Delaware Park on Saturday, tops the table with 28 wins.

“I feel blessed. My agent did a really good job today to find me good mounts. I have pretty decent horses, pretty decent mounts,” said Toledo. [Tam Char] really surprised me. I just picked up the bracket. The trainers and owners are giving me such a good opportunity so I’ll take it. “