A budding rivalry between two Northern California&#45;based colts, a Jerry Hollendorfer&#45;trained entry, the local debut of a highly regarded colt from a Hall of Fame trainer, and a two&#45;time winner from Ireland make Saturday&rsquo;s $50,000 Angel Island one of the most anticipated stakes races of the year at Golden Gate Fields.The 1 1/16&#45;mile Tapeta race for 2&#45;year&#45;olds rematches the undefeated two&#45;time stakes winner Luckarack against King Cola, who was the runner&#45;up to Luckarack in the six&#45;furlong Cavonnier on Aug. 14 at Santa Rosa.Other locals in the field include the Jerry Hollendorfer&#45;trained stablemates Kingsford Drive, third as the favorite in the Cavonnier, and El Gaucho, winner of a strong maiden race. Favoritism could go to Acaffella, a $200,000 yearling purchase trained by Richard Mandella, a member of the Hall of Fame. Acaffella was second in his only race, a maiden special at Del Mar on Aug. 25 going one mile on the turf.&ldquo;This colt got in a little bit of trouble in his debut, but he didn&rsquo;t quit. He was really finishing strong,&rdquo; said Mandella.&ldquo;I had a feeling he&rsquo;d like turf, and we&rsquo;ll try it again, but I really thought he wanted two turns. He may like the main track, too, and this gives us a chance to see where we may want to run him in the future.&rdquo;Moment of Weakness, bred and raced in Ireland, won his first two starts and was second in a listed stakes in his native country. He&rsquo;ll be making his U.S. debut.As talented as the invaders are, they will have to be runners to defeat Luckarack and King Cola.Despite beginning his career in a $32,000 maiden claimer, Luckarack has emerged as Northern California&rsquo;s top 2&#45;year&#45;old.&ldquo;He&rsquo;s training really good,&rdquo; said trainer Steve Specht, who worked him a mile in 1:42 at Golden Gate last Saturday after a five&#45;furlong bullet drill the previous Sunday.Specht was not displeased with the mile work, although he wished the colt had finished stronger. He said regular jockey Frank Alvarado got a good final five&#45;eighths from him.His primary concern is Luckarack&rsquo;s tendency to loaf a bit and gawk at his surroundings, which he said the colt did after bursting to the lead in the Everett Nevin at Pleasanton and the in Cavonnier.&ldquo;At least this is his second time over this track, so that may help,&rdquo; Specht said.Trainer Dennis Patterson is confident King Cola will run well and get the distance. &ldquo;He finished really strong at six furlongs, and even though he&rsquo;s had problems, he&rsquo;s not intimidated,&rdquo; said Patterson. King Cola won his debut, a $32,000 maiden claimer at Golden Gate, and since then has finished second in the Lost in the Fog in June and then to Luckarack in the Cavonnier at Santa Rosa.