PLEASANTON, Calif. (June 230, 2014) – Trainer Jerry Hollendorfer has stakes winners Ain’t No Other, Moonshine Bay and Zeewat among the entries for Friday’s $75,000 Oak Tree Sprint at the Oak Tree at Pleasanton meet.
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, Evans, Hunter, Jarmes, et al and is trained by Sergio Ledezma. He has seven wins in 18 starts, earnings of $126,530 and is coming off a June 13 optional allowance win.
Anillo is by Aragorn, out of the Missionary Ridge mare Stylish Mission, was bred by Al Mazzetti, is owned by Rontos Racing Stable, Rick Mace and George and Clare Schmitt, and is trained by Jeff Bonde. He has five wins in 21 starts, earnings of $142,208 and is coming off a seventh in a May 4 allowance.
Coach Bob is by Bertrando, out of the Yankee Gentleman mare Gentleman’s Hope, was bred by Pam & Marty Wygod, is owned by Tom Gerstel, Reina Gonzalez, Keith and Jean Hembree, et al, and is trained by Reina Gonzalez. He has four wins in 32 starts, earnings of $211,002 and is making his first start since a fourth in the Feb. 22 Sensational Star.
Ourwestcoastghost is by Muqtarib, out of the In Excess mare Express Xcess, was bred by owners Ron Lang, Lillian Lang and D. Wayne Baker and is trained by Baker. He has six wins in 16 starts, earnings of $205,922 and is coming off a second in a May 26 allowance.
Ain’t No Other is by Old Topper, out of the Shadeed mare Miami Margie, was bred by owner Tommy Town Thoroughbreds and is trained by Jerry Hollendorfer. He has 10 wins in 35 starts, earnings of $572,095 and is coming off a fourth in the June 14 Albany Stakes.
Moonshine Bay is by Kela, out of the Langfuhr mare Long For, was bred by Raymond Kolar, is owned by Jerry Hollendorfer, Marvin Kisner, Al Morrison and George Todaro and is trained by Hollendorfer. He has 16 wins in 42 starts, earnings of $364,517 and is coming off a win in the June 14 Albany Stakes.
Zeewat is by Harlan’s Holiday, out of the Distant View mare Delizia, was bred by Derry Meeting Farm, is owned by Jerry Hollendorfer and George Todaro and is trained by Hollendorfer. He has seven wins in 17 starts, earnings of $362,650 and is coming off a fifth in a May 4 allowance.