She’s All In won her fourth consecutive race while defending her title in the $50,000 Ladies on the Lawn at Remington Park on Friday night.
The one-mile race for Oklahoma-bred fillies and mares was moved to the main track following last week’s decision to call off turf racing for the remainder of the meet.
She’s All In won by 2 3/4 lengths over Going Okie, and it was another 1 1/4 lengths back in third to Miss Natalie. She’s All In ($3) settled into a stalking position behind Miss Natalie and Miranda Diane, who were prominent through fractions of 24.46 seconds for the opening quarter and 48.41 for the half-mile. Miss Natalie continued to lead through six furlongs in 1:13.06 before being overtaken by She’s All In, who went on to cover the distance on a fast track in 1:38.04.
Glen Murphy rode the winner for Robert Zoellner and trainer Donnie Von Hemel.
She’s All In had won the $100,000 River Cities at Louisiana Downs in September and an allowance and the $128,000 Oklahoma Classics Distaff at Remington in October leading up to the Ladies on the Lawn. She has now won 10 of 19 starts and $423,122.
She’s All In will likely run next during the Oaklawn Park meet that opens in January, according to Von Hemel.
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