G. G. Ryder in Fourth Shot at Berkeley

ALBANY, Calif. (Nov. 22, 2017) – Multiple graded winner G. G. Ryder and fellow California-breds Monsajem Accrete, Rye and Northern California Yearling Sale graduate Camino Del Paraiso are entered in Saturday’s $100,000 Grade III Berkeley Handicap at Golden Gate.

G. G. Ryder is by Chhaya Dance, out of the Storm Boot mare Stormy Gigi, was bred by Eagle Oak Ranch, is owned by Hollendorfer or George Todaro and is trained by Jerry Hollendorfer. He has 13 wins in 40 starts, earnings of $635,920 and is coming off a seventh in the Oct. 15 Bull Dog. He was second in this race last year, third in 2015 and second in 2014.

Monsajem Accrete is by Monsajem, out of the With Approval mare Cichetari Miss, was bred by Warren McGrath, is owned by Greame Chung or Patrick Hui and is trained by Isidro Tamayo. He has six wins in 41 starts, earnings of $85,222 and is coming off a Nov. 4 allowance win.

Rye is by English Channel, out of the unusual Heat mare Phi Beta Heat, was bred by H & E Ranch, is owned by Joseph Morey Jr. Revocable Trust and is trained by William Morey. He has seven wins in 14 starts, earnings of $196,974 and is coming off an Oct. 28 optional claiming win.

Camino Del Paraiso is by Suances, out of the Successful Appeal mare Loni’s Appeal, was bred by Red Baron’s Barn, is owned by Glen Road Racing or Herb Moniz and is trained by O.J. Juaregui. The $5,000 purchase at the Northern California Yearling Sale has three wins in 17 starts, earnings of $149,367 and is coming off a second in an Oct. 28 optional claimer.

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