11/26/2010 9:05PM

She's All In makes it three in a row by taking Ladies on the Lawn


She’s All In closed strongest of all to win her third consecutive race in the $50,000 Ladies on the Lawn at Remington Park on Friday. The 7 1/2-furlong turf race was one of two Oklahoma-bred stakes on the special daytime card.

She’s All In ($7.80) settled in fourth along the rail in race for fillies and mares as Fanci Candi, then Approved Bluff, took the field through fractions of 24.11 seconds for the opening quarter and 47.15 for the half-mile. Skedee, the 3-5 favorite, took over in the stretch, then was run down inside the final sixteenth by She’s All In, who won by 2 1/2 lengths. Skedee held second. She’s All In covered the distance on firm turf in 1:31.29.

Luis Quinonez was aboard for Robert Zoellner and trainer Roger Engel. She’s All In, who came into Ladies on the Lawn off wins in a first-level allowance and the $136,000 Oklahoma Classics Distaff at Remington, has now won 4 of 9 starts and $153,817.

She is a half-sister to Grade 3 winner Peach Brew, and was bred by Zoellner. She’s All In is a daughter of Include.

In the $50,000 Silver Goblin for 3-year-olds and up, Antioch Diamond ($8.80) won his fifth straight race. He disputed the pace from the rail, through fractions of 21.80 for the opening quarter and 44.60 for the half-mile. He went on to cover 6 ½ furlongs in 1:16.48.

Ramsey Zimmerman was aboard for Claude Box and trainer Aaron Box.