ALBANY, Calif. (June 14, 2012) – Five California-breds, four of them maidens, are entered in Sunday’s $50,000 Lost in the Fog Stakes for 2-year-olds at Golden Gate.
Our Worthyendeavor is by Peteski’s Charm, out of the Swamp King mare Campaign Andover, was bred by owners Frances Henderson and Paul Kypros and is trained by Henderson. He is a maiden making his second start with earnings of $260.
Go Papi Go is by Officer, out of the Red Ransom mare Search Mission, was bred by Fleming Thoroughbred Farm, is owned by Highland Yard and Carina Jauregui and trained by O.J. Jauregui. He is coming off a maiden win in his second start May 11 with earnings of $28,080.
Uncle Enroy is by Old Topper, out of the Cahill Road mare Unbridled Mango, was bred by Eric and LouAnn Brandjes & Neale Jensen, is owned by Pam Urenda and trained by Robert Lucas. The Northern California Yearling Sale graduate is a maiden making his third start with earnings of $11,856
Coastal Blessing is by Lucky Pulpit, out of the Skimming mare Coastal Skimming, was bred by owners Mr. and Mrs. Larry Williams and is trained by Steven Specht. He is a maiden making his second start with earnings of $2,223.
Pearl Seeker is by Sought After, out of the Roar mare Miss Tropics, was bred by owners Ed and Theresa Denike and is trained by Keith Nations. He is a first-time starter.
Native Treasure is by Tribal Rule, out of the Bertrando mare Visual Treat, was bred by Pam & Marty Wygod, is owned by Heeg, Moger, Nearly, Walker et al and is trained by Ed Moger Jr. He won his lone start June 1 with earnings of $22,230.