She’s All In Continues Distaff Winning Streak Another Oklahoma Classics night… another win in the $128,900 Distaff presented by the Eastern Shawnee Tribe of Oklahoma for She’s All In. The talented 5-year-old mare who routinely wins in open company, returned to her Oklahoma stomping grounds to win the Distaff for the third consecutive year.
Owned by Robert Zoellner of Tulsa, Okla. and trained by Donnie Von Hemel, She’s All In cruised to an easy seven-length win in the Distaff under Luis Quinonez. The mare stalked the pace set by Lesley Be Judged who made the quarter-mile in :23.52 and then a half-mile in :47.84. At that point in the backstretch, Quinonez let She’s All In go and she made the race her spotlight event once again.
She’s All In had the advantage before the end of the final turn, handling six furlongs in 1:12.31, the mile in 1:37.01 and then crossing the finish in 1:41.13. Okie Blonde gained second with Lady Jensen along for third.
The heavy 1-9 wagering favorite, She’s All In paid $2.20 to win, $2.10 to place and $2.10 to show. Okie Blonde returned $4.60 to place and $3 to show. Lady Jensen paid $2.40 to show.
The Distaff is the 14th career victory for She’s All In and the ninth score at Remington Park. A mare by Include from the Hickory Ridge mare Georgia OK, She’s All In was bred in Oklahoma by her owner. The winner’s share of $77,340 now gives She’s All In $766,605, approaching the hallowed million-dollar mark now with every effort.
The Distaff win was the third in a row for She’s All In and the fourth consecutive for her owner and breeder Zoellner. His Peach Brew won the Distaff in 2009 before She’s All In took the baton.
She’s All In provided Donnie Von Hemel his Oklahoma Classics all-time leading 21st win and his fourth overall Distaff. Quinonez posted his 10th Oklahoma Classics win in the Distaff.


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