She’s All Wolfe looked a lot like her Oklahoma Horse Racing Hall of Fame mom, She’s All In, on Friday night as she won the $145,000 Oklahoma Classics Distaff at Remington Park.

Both fillies are owned by Dr. Robert Zoellner of Tulsa. She’s All In was a millionaire when she raced, winning 16-of-38 for $1,102,489 in earnings. She’s All Wolfe, is a 3-year-old filly by Magna Graduate, out of She’s All In, who was by Include.

The Classics Distaff improves the career record for She’s All Wolfe to five wins in 10 starts in her career. She also has run second twice. Her winnings from Friday’s race were $87,000, boosting her lifetime wallet to $225,185.

This was Zoellner’s seventh win in this Classics Distaff, and also the seventh in the race for trainer Donnie Von Hemel. Zoellner won from 2009-13, again in 2018 and then with She’s All Wolfe. His first win was with Peach Brew, followed by four in a row with She’s All In. He owned Sydney Freeman two years ago when they took their picture in the winner’s circle and then returned with She’s All Wolfe on Friday night.

Von Hemel won this race in 2007 with Midsummer Magic, 2009 with Peach Brew and then She’s All in from 2011-13. He followed that up, along with Zoellner, in two of the last three years including tonight.

She’s All Wolfe went the 1 mile-70 yards over the fast main track in 1:42.81 under jockey Richard Eramia. She rallied from off the pace, chasing early fractions of :24.32 for the quarter-mile, :49.17 for the half-mile, 1:13.22 for three-quarters of a mile and 1:38.45 for the mile. She’s All Wolfe hooked up with Lady Orchid over the final yards, bobbing heads to the finish, and prevailing.

She’s All Wolfe was coming off a win in the Oklahoma Stallion Stakes here on Sept. 11. The homebred filly, at 5-2 odds, paid $7 to win, $3.20 to place and $2.10 to show. She beat the 3-2 wagering favorite in Lady Orchid by a head and the runner-up was 1-1/4 lengths ahead of third-place finisher Okie Queen (2-1).

Eramia’s win aboard She’s All Wolfe was one of four he celebrated on Oklahoma Classics Night at Remington Park.

Remington Park racing continues Saturday night with nine races beginning at 7:07pm-Central.

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