11/15/2001 1:00AM

Bonde pair can ruin Creaseinherjeans's day


A field of seven fillies and mares will lineup Saturday for the $55,000-added Camilla Urso Handicap at Golden Gate. The six-furlong dash, the third race on a nine-race program, has drawn a strong cast.

Creaseinherjeans was assigned topweight of 120 pounds, but the Jeff Bonde-trained entry of Hall of Gold and De Godddaughter might draw the most betting support. Hall of Gold is looking for a stakes hat trick in the Camilla Urso, and a repeat of her last performance would make her very tough to beat.

Hall of Gold has four wins in only six trips to the post. After being eased in the $100,000 California Oaks over a soft turf course, she came back to win impressively in the six-furlong Emeryville Handicap over the main track at Golden Gate.

Hall of Gold had minor ankle surgery to remove a bone chip after the Emeryville and was sidelined until she made her return on Oct. 20 at Bay Meadows.

She stepped right into stakes company for her return in the Charles H. Russell Handicap and was up to the task. She pressed the pace to the stretch and then drew clear to an impressive four and 1 1/2-length victory over Creaseinherjeans.

She was receiving a weight break of six pounds from Creaseinherjeans that afternoon and on Saturday they will be separated by only one pound. Chad Schvaneveldt will again have the mount on Hall of Gold.

Hall of Gold's entrymate, De Goddaughter, finished third behind her stablemate last start in the Russell. She has two wins this year, including one in the San Jose Handicap at Bay Meadows in April.

Creaseinherjeans and Brisquette figure to be strong factors in the Camilla Urso. Creaseinherjeans, trained by Terry Knight, was even money against Hall of Gold last out.

She had a three-race win streak broken that afternoon as her rally only netted second money.

She had won the Bangles and Beads at Pomona in her previous start and also scored in allowance company at Del Mar and Pleasanton. Creaseinherjeans has four wins, a second and two thirds in her nine career starts thus far.

Brisquette will be shipped north from the powerful barn of Richard Mandella. She has three wins and two second in only seven starts, and appears to be in top form.

Brisquette ran Beyer figures of 97 and 101 in allowance wins at Del Mar and Santa Anita, and those make her a strong threat here.

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