10/19/2013 9:56AM

Remington Park: She's All In wins Oklahoma Classics Distaff for fourth time

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She’s All In will head to next month’s Fasig-Tipton November sale a winner after cruising by six and a quarter lengths in Friday night’s $129,500 Oklahoma Classics Distaff at Remington Park. The race was one of eight Oklahoma-bred stakes on the card. She’s All In, a 6-year-old by Include, is now scheduled to be sold as a racing or broodmare prospect at the Fasig-Tipton mixed auction in Lexington, Ky., on Nov. 4.

She’s All In ($2.20) was winning the Classics Distaff for the fourth consecutive year in a streak that began in 2010. She jumped out to the lead at the start of the one-mile and 70-yard race, went wide into the first turn, and proceeded to duel down the backside. She’s All In continued to travel three wide around the final bend, and approaching the quarter pole began to separate herself from her rivals. She went on to cover the distance on a fast track in 1:42.92.

“What a ride - four in a row,” said Robert Zoellner, who bred and owns She’s All In. “I wish everybody out there could experience what I’m experiencing right now.”

Luis Quinonez was aboard She’s All In for trainer Donnie Von Hemel. The win was the 16th career victory from 38 starts for She’s All In, who has now earned $1,102,489. Highlights of a career in which she has won eight stakes include a runner-up finish to champion Royal Delta in the Grade 1, $750,000 Delaware Handicap in July.

Zoellner, Von Hemel and Quinonez also landed in the winner’s circle after the $130,000 Distaff Sprint, with Eye Love Jeanie ($6.80).

Imahit takes Classic

The richest race on the card was the $158,000 Classics Cup in which Imahit ($4) rallied for a length and a quarter win over Ted’s Folly. It was another neck back in third to Z Rockstar.

Imahit ($4) stalked the pace in fourth and went on to cover the mile and a sixteenth in 1:44.16. Ken Tohill was aboard for C.R. Trout, who bred, owns and trains the winner. Imahit has now won 5 of 14 starts and $245,336. He is a son of Whywhywhy and the mare Halo Hit, who is a half-sister to Hollywood Hit, a past champion sprinter in Canada.

In other action, Chuck ($42.40), under Belen Quinonez, upset the $130,000 Sprint as one of three stakes win on the card for Von Hemel.

* Fast Resource ($6.20) was a three-quarter-length winner of the $130,000 Distaff Turf run over good ground. Cliff Berry was aboard for trainer Roger Engel.

* Okie Smokey ($33.40) was up for a half-length win in the $100,000 Lassie. She was the first of two stakes winners on the card for Richter Family Trust, trainer Juan Padilla and jockey Fabio Arguello Jr. The other was Dusty Okie ($10) in the $130,000 Turf.

* Lingerlonger ($20.40) dominated the $100,000 Juvenile by eight lengths. Curtis Kimes rode the winner for trainer Kari Kraddock.

* Handle on the 10-race card from all sources was $1,380,179.