Streamside Seeks Oak Tree Sprint Repeat

PLEASANTON, Calif. (July 2, 2015) – Streamside will attempt to defend his title in Sunday’s $50,000 Oak Tree Sprint at Oak Tree at Pleasanton.

Quick and Silver is by Dunkirk, out of the Candi’s Gold mare Royal Confection, was bred by Whelan, Whelan, Murphy and Murphy, is owned by Ellen and Peter Johnston and is trained by William Delia. He has four wins in 14 starts, earnings of $82,625 and is coming off a an eighth in the June 13 Albany.

Saint Prado is by Kitten’s Joy, out of the Saint Ballado mare Sweet Kassidy, was bred by Kenneth and Sarah Ramsey, is owned by Jeff Bonde and Philip Lebherz and is trained by Bonde. He has three wins in nine starts, earnings of $101,780 and is coming off a June 26 claiming win.

Seeking is by Officer, out of the Seeking the Gold mare Seeking Adel, was bred by Diamond A Racing, is owned by Kurt Rexius and trained by Gus Headley. He has eight wins in 17 starts, earnings of $298,710 and is coming off a fifth in a May 21 optional claimer.

Chips All In is by North Light, out of the Maria’s Mon mare Maria’s Mirage, was bred by Adena Springs, is owned by Everest, O’Brien, Valdez, Turpin, et al and is trained by John Brocklebank. He has seven wins in 22 starts, earnings of $459,839 and is coming off a second in a June 6 claimer.

Streamside is by E Dubai, out of the Synastry mare Sweet Surrender, was bred by Bill Bowman, Speech Partnership & Hurstland Farm, is owned by Bowman, Bowman, Hunter, Evans, Jarmes et al and is trained by Sergio Ledezma. He has 12 wins in 26 starts, earnings of $275,180 and is coming off a second in the June 13 Albany. He won this race last year.

Mah Gellin Mah Gellin is by Skimming, out of the Maheras mare Mahrin, was bred by Racing Edge, is owned by Joe and Lola Sample and is trained by Blaine Wright. He has five wins in 17 starts, earnings of $162,170 and is coming off a third in a June 7 optional claiming.

Aalsmeer is by Flower Alley, out of the Dixie Union mare Carolina Belle, was bred by Fred Hertrich III, is owned by John Battle and trained by Doug Utley. He has five wins in 18 starts, earnings of $87,345 and is coming off a June 7 optional claiming win.

Fly Boy Roy is by Officer, out of the Machiavellian mare Fazenda, was bred by Haras Santa Maria de Araras, is owned by Jerry Hollendorfer and George Todaro and is trained by Hollendorfer. He has three wins in 18 starts, earnings of $108,254 and is coming off a second in a June 7 optional claimer.