PLEASANTON, Calif. (July 5, 2012) – California-breds Egyptian Femme, Cinderella Brite and Shesatopattraction are entered in Saturday’s $50,000 Juan Gonzalez Memorial Stakes for 2-year-old fillies at Pleasanton.
Egyptian Femme is by Globalize, out of the Precocity mare Zak’s Precocious, was bred by Howard and Alexandra Litt, is owned by William Branch and Marc Douche and is trained by Genaro Vallejo. She is coming off a June 7 maiden win in her second start with earnings of $22,815.
Cinderella Brite is by Ministers Wild Cat out of the Liberty Gold mare Cinderella Liberty, was bred by owners George and Mary Clare Schmitt and is trained by Jeff Bonde. She is a maiden making her second start with earnings of $4,106.
Shesatopattraction is by Old Topper, out of the Royal Academy mare Royal Attraction, was bred by owner Tommy Town Thoroughbreds and is trained by Steve Miyadi. She won her lone start June 29 with earnings of $7,250.