08/09/2013 10:18PM

She’s All In headlines Oklahoma-bred awards

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She's All In, a multiple stakes winner and earner of just under $1 million to date, was honored on Friday as champion Oklahoma-bred mare at the state-bred awards.

She’s All In, who is on the brink of $1 million in career earnings after finishing second to Royal Delta in last month’s Grade 1 Delaware Handicap, was among the Oklahoma-bred runners honored at a Friday night gala jointly put on by the Thoroughbred Racing Association of Oklahoma and the Oklahoma Racing Commission. The event recognized individuals and horses that led their divisions in Oklahoma-bred earnings in 2012.

She’s All In was the champion mare after a campaign that included a seven-length romp in last year’s $128,000 Oklahoma Classics Distaff at Remington Park. In her most recent start, she pushed her career earnings to $991,502 when second to champion Royal Delta in the Delaware on July 20.

Robert Zoellner bred and owns She’s All In, a 6-year-old mare by Include and out of the Hickory Ridge mare Georgia Ok. Zoellner was also honored as the leading breeder on Friday.

Other divisional champions included Fifth Date (Cherokee Five – Miss Owl’s Affair, by Black Tie Affair), older male and claimer of the year; Lady Jensen (Bob and John – Heather’s Dancer, by Gate Dancer), 3-year-old filly; Z Rockstar (Rockport Harbor – Nasty Little Star, by Nasty and Bold), 3-year-old; Motivare (Mr. Trieste – Pelusada, by Sadlers Congress), 2-year-old filly; and Jump and Go (Jump Start – Princess Jen, by Stutz Blackhawk), 2-year-old.

Evansville Slew, who died last year, was recognized as leading sire; the son of Slew City Slew has sired 34 stakes winners from 517 foals of racing age (7 percent) through August 8. The leading owner award went to Richter Family Trust. The leading broodmare was Miss Owl’s Affair, dam of Fifth Date.

The gala was held at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City.