10/03/2001 12:00AM

Hollendorfer pair combine experience, talent


Leading trainer Jerry Hollendorfer holds a powerful hand in the Friday's featured seventh race. He will saddle Most of All and Ghostly Valley in the $32,000 allowance at six furlongs, which is for fillies and mares.

Most of All has the most experience of the Hollendorfer pair but Ghostly Valley appears to be the one to beat Friday. Ghostly Valley has made only one start, winning a maiden race here during the San Mateo Fair.

Ghostly Valley set the pace in her debut and then lasted by a head. She has been training steadily since that race.

Most of All has won five races, but is winless since 1999. She has a second and a third in similar allowance spots and returns from a summer campaign in Chicago.

Miss Terasita is expected to offer the main challenge to the Hollendorfer pair on Friday. Trained by Leonard Shoemaker, Miss Terasita is also looking for her first win of the year. Miss Terasita finished second and third in mile allowance tries earlier this year at Golden Gate Fields.

Miss Terasita will have the services of leading rider Russell Baze on Friday.

A real unknown in Friday's field is Anazeha, a Chilean-bred trained by Larry Ross. Anazeha has run since September 2000 but has won five races in 10 starts.

Anazeha has been burning up the Golden Gate strip in her workouts, recording a bullet six-furlong work on Sept. 23.

Sister Adiba has six wins this year while rapidly climbing up the claiming ladder. She enjoyed much success at Emerald Downs this summer and finished fourth in her local debut after dueling for the lead to midstretch. She may prove tougher to catch under the red-hot Ben Russell on Friday.

First post for Friday's eight-race program is 7:15 p.m.