09/21/2013 8:51AM

Remington Park: More Than Even wins fourth in a row in Te Ata

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More Than Even won her fourth consecutive race when she wired the field in Friday night’s $50,000 Te Ata at Remington Park. The seven-furlong race for 3-year-old fillies was one of two stakes on the card. The $50,000 Tishomingo was won by My Brother Don.

Both stakes were restricted to Oklahoma-breds, with the Tishomingo for 3-year-olds at seven furlongs.

More Than Even ($2.80) set fractions of 22.50 seconds for the opening quarter, 45.55 for the half-mile and 1:10.02 for six furlongs, before winning by two lengths in 1:23.35. Alex Birzer was aboard for owner-breeder Doyle Williams and trainer Mike Teel.

More Than Even is a daughter of Stephen Got Even.

In the Tishomingo, My Brother Don ($4.60) was a 2 1/2-length winner over Agent. He also wired his rivals, taking them through fractions of 22.77 for the opening quarter, 45.71 for the half-mile and 1:10.10 for six furlongs before winning in 1:22.82.

Glenn Corbett rode the winner for the partnership of Ron Wise and Aaron Swan. My Brother Don is trained by Scott E. Young. He is a son of the Seattle Slew stallion Fast Play and he was bred by Wise.