Shotgun Gulch remained undefeated in two starts when she edged Stormin Maggy by a head in the $50,000 E.L. Gaylord Memorial at Remington Park on Saturday night. It was another four lengths back in third to Right to Rule. \nThe stakes was one of two on the card, run on what was the eve of the $400,000 Oklahoma Derby. \nIn the $50,000 Flashy Lady, Classify was up for a half-length win over Magdalena's Chase. \nShotgun Gulch ($13.20), who was an eight-length maiden winner at Remington on Sept. 7, rallied to cover the 6 1/2 furlongs for 2-year-old fillies in 1:18.09. Chris Landeros was aboard for owner-trainer C.R. Trout. \n"She's done everything we've asked of her and we're really proud of her," said Trout. \nClassify ($6) settled off the pace under Quincy Hamilton in the Flashy Lady as Magdalena's Chase set fractions of 22.08 seconds for the opening quarter and 45.04 for the half-mile mark. Classify overtook the leader in the late stages and covered six furlongs for fillies and mares in 1:10.53. \n"She's a nice filly and this kind of race suits her very well," winning trainer Steve Asmussen said of Classify. "Quincy gave her a great ride. The filly that ran second ran a tough race and we were fortunate enough to win." \nThe Flashy Lady was the fifth career stakes win for Classify, who races for Winchell Thoroughbreds.