She’s All Wolfe ran her record to six wins in 10 tries over the Remington Park main track Wednesday, taking the featured allowance race at one mile and continuing her dominance here.

The 5-year-old mare by Magna Graduate, out of the Include mare She’s All In, is beginning to look a lot like her mama. Like her dam She’s All In, She’s All Wolfe is a multiple stakes winner and their careers are beginning to become mirror images. She’s All Wolfe improved her lifetime record to 27 starts, nine wins, six seconds and two thirds for $638,860 in her lifetime bankroll. She’s All In finished her racing prowess as a millionaire with a record of 38-16-8-3 for earnings of $1,102,489.

She’s All Wolfe, owned by Dr. Robert Zoellner of Tulsa, Okla., and trained by Remington Park’s second all-time winningest conditioner Donnie Von Hemel, won a one-mile dirt allowance on Wednesday night for Oklahoma-bred fillies and mares, 3-year-olds-and-older. Her regular rider at Remington Park, Richard Eramia, was in the saddle for another victory. She’s All Wolfe won $28,449 with Wednesday night’s victory and her purse-strings at Remington Park expanded to $304,173.

The queen of Oklahoma-bred fillies and mares has won five stakes in her career, including the $145,000 Oklahoma Classics Distaff the past two years. This race should prove to be the perfect prep to get her ready to attempt a three-peat on Oct. 21, Oklahoma Classics Night.

She’s All Wolfe has versatility and talent that are not limited to Remington Park, either. Her other stakes wins include this summer at Churchill Downs in Louisville, capturing the $200,000 Shawnee Stakes on June 4 and the $55,000 Cinema Stakes at Will Rogers Downs in Claremore, Okla., on April 20, 2020. The mare also won the Oklahoma Stallion Stakes Fillies Division at Remington Park on Sept. 11, 2020.

Some of the best races for She’s All Wolfe weren’t even the ones she’s won. She ran second in the Grade 3, $250,000 Bayakoa Stakes at Oaklawn Park in Hot Springs, Ark., on Feb. 12 this spring. She also had a fourth-place finish in the Grade 2, $350,000 Azeri Stakes at Oaklawn on March 12. The winner of that race, CeCe, was voted 2021 Eclipse Award winner in the Filly & Mare Sprint category after winning the Breeders’ Cup Filly and Mare Sprint last year.

She’s All Wolfe, at 2-5 heavy odds, virtually toyed with this field, biding her time while stalking the front-running She’s Shiney and Do You Bileve, who faded to fourth and fifth in the six-horse field. She’s All Wolfe pounced at the top of the stretch and drew away to win by 1-1/4 lengths over the second-longest shot in the field, Eutychia (39-1), who was another two lengths in front of Fightingtemptation (18-1). The second favorite in the field, Gotta See Red (5-2), was shuffled back in the far turn and finished last.
The winning time for the mile over the fast track was 1:40.09 with interior fractions of :23.85 for the first quarter-mile, :48.26 for the half-mile, 1:13.86 for six furlongs, and 1:26.99 for seven-eighths of a mile. She paid $2.80 to win, $2.10 to place and $2.10 to show. The runner-up, Eutychia, paid $11.20 to place and $4.60 to show.

She’s All Wolfe and She’s All In were both owned and bred in Oklahoma by Zoellner.

Live racing at Remington Park continues this week with racing Thursday-Saturday, Sept. 29-Oct. 1. First post time is 7:07 p.m. nightly.

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