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Denali was rewarded with our second group/graded stakes winner of 2012 with

ZABEEL MILE-G2, $250,000, Meydan, NH3yo/up/SH3yo/up, 1600mT, 1:38.98, gd.
1–DO IT ALL, 128, h, 5, by Distorted Humor
1st Dam: Stupendous Miss (GSW-US, $232,097), by Dynaformer
2nd Dam: Subeen (GB), by Caerleon
3rd Dam: Khamsin, by Mr. Prospector
($900,000 yrl '08 FTSAUG). O-Godolphin; B-Winsong Farms; T-Saeed bin Suroor; J-Silvestre de Sousa; $150,000. Lifetime Record: GSP-US, 12-4-1-1, $271,267.

Do It All registered a personal best when hitting the board in last year's GII San Fernando S. at Santa Anita, and went on to win an optional claiming score on the Del Mar Polytrack Aug. 25. That effort did result in a new track record of 1:35.28 for a flat mile. Godolphin's Do It All (Distorted Humor) drew in from the also-eligibles and lived up to his name with a frontrunning victory in the G2 Zabeel Mile Thursday at Meydan. The 5-year-old was coming off a pair of unplaced efforts at the Carnival. "He is a big horse who had needed his two starts badly, and has improved fitness-wise throughout the year," said winning rider Silvestre de Sousa. "I was allowed to dictate my own terms, and then he quickened well."

Do It All's dam Stupendous Miss was originally a 50,000gns Tattersalls yearling, she won twice in France before heading to Wally Dollase in California. The bay captured the 2005 GIII All Along S. as a 4-year-old, an effort that enabled her to achieve $1.3 million the following year at KEENOV while in foal to Distorted Humor. The resulting colt was Do It All, who in turn was secured by John Ferguson for $900,000 at FTSAUG in 2008.

Watch Do It All win the Zabeel Mile

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