ALBANY, Calif. &ndash; Trainer Jerry Hollendorfer thought enough of 2-year-old filly City Route ($5.40) to try her against males in Saturday&rsquo;s $50,300 Lost in the Fog Stakes at Golden Gate Fields.\r\nHis belief in the filly was validated. City Route broke on top and was never challenged in the&nbsp;Lost in the Fog,&nbsp;winning by 2 1/4 lengths. Sold Short was second, and favored&nbsp;Mighty&nbsp;Monsoon was another three-quarter lengths back in third.\r\n&quot;I thought she was a very nice filly, or I wouldn&rsquo;t have run her against the boys,&quot; Hollendorfer said. &quot;She showed good speed and finished off good, too.&quot;\r\nCity Route, who defeated fillies by 5 1/2 lengths in her debut,&nbsp;ran five furlongs in 57.75 seconds and&nbsp;improved to 2 for 2 with her second gate-to-wire victory.\r\nWinning jockey Kevin Krigger said he wasn&rsquo;t surprised to clear the field so easily. City Route had a two-length lead at the first call with a 21.95 opening quarter.\r\n&quot;I got to work her a couple times, and she&rsquo;s pretty quick,&quot; Krigger&nbsp;said.&nbsp;&quot;I was confident the whole way. I never really felt like she was going to get passed. She never felt like she was getting tired or slowing down.&quot;\r\nRussell Baze&nbsp;rode Mighty Monsoon for trainer Jeff Bonde, who was seeking his third straight Lost in the Fog victory, after riding City Route in her debut.\r\n&quot;She was the best horse today,&quot; Baze said.&nbsp;&quot;That&rsquo;s all there is to it.&quot;\r\nHollendorfer, a co-breeder and co-owner of the Globalize filly, won the first Lost in the Fog in 2007 with Imaginary Sailor. City Route earned $30,300 and has earned $52,140 in two starts. Hollendorfer said&nbsp;she would probably next appear in the $100,000 CTBA Stakes at Del Mar on July 22.