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pirit of JEFFERSON and FARMER'S ADVOCATE Racing/Sports Wednesday, May 15, 2013 119 By BOB MADISON Dallas Stewart was overshad- owed by fellow trainer Shug Mc- Gaughey. He didn't care. Stew- art's smile was the same size as the one worn by the popular man who had just won his first Ken- tucky Derby. : McGaughey was roundly con- gratulated for his 2013 Kentucky Derby win with Orb. Stewart was roundly congratu- lated for the second-place finish of his longshot, Golden Soul. The bold chestnut had just rewarded his backers with the money and prestige a 35-1 shot pays and brings. The outcomes in this year's Kentucky Derby had been victo- ries for the little guys of racing. Shug had his first Kentucky Derby victory. Dallas Stewart hadn't won the race. But he had the next best thing -- a second-place and vin- dication for running an outsider that came into The Derby with only 14 qualifying points. Second place, mud-soaked though it was, had made for a $400,000 payday for Stewart and Golden Soul's owner, Charles Fipke. Like Orb, The Derby winner, Golden Soul had come through the mud-throwing traffic to pass ev- erything in front of him except Joel Rosario on the new champion. Golden Soul was covered in so much mud it was difficult to tell he had been a golden chestnut when the race started. His jock- ey, Robby Albarado, was equally covered. The twosome had eaten mud and water for most of the 10-furlong distance. How was it that Golden Soul was such a longshot in the field of 19 three-year-old hopefuls? He hadn't won any of his three races this year. His earnings for 2013 were just $84,000. In five lifetime starts, he had just one win and two seconds. But owner Fipke had noted that Golden Soul had been a close-up second in his only other race at the Churchill Downs track. In fact, the first race of his life had JAMIE NEWELL Longshot Golden Soul finished second in the Kentucky Derby. He will skip this week's Preak- ness Stakes and run in the Belmont Stakes, the third jewel in the Triple Crown series. that runner-up finish on the same private sales, has rarely tasted the fruits of the track where the Kentucky Derby Golden Soul is a product of sport's most important races. was just run. second generation Fipke blood- But he has won the Breeders' The general racetrack consen- lines from the time in 1997 when Cup Distaff, the Kentucky Oaks, sus was that there were no po- a trusted friend confided that a the Jim Dandy Stakes and the tential Secretariats in the field specific mare be flown to Ireland Louisiana Derby. for this year's Kentucky Derby. to one of the world's finest stal- His string of thoroughbreds Maybe there weren't even any lions. Perfect Soul was the colt most often race in Kentucky at potential Gato Del Sols or Gia- from that mating. Churchill Downs, Turfway Park comos, other longshot winners of Perfect Soul earned more than and Keeneland as well as at Fair the Kentucky Derby in the past. $1 million. Grounds in New Orleans, Arling- Trainer Stewart and owner Perfect Soul was bred to the ton Park near Chicago and his- Fipke saw an opportunity to cor- Fipke mare, Hollywood Gold. toric Saratoga in New York. ner a little history. And the slop- And Golden Soul is the colt from As for Golden Soul's immedi- py track was also in their favor, that pairing, ate future, Stewart looked to the "I always thought he would run In Perfect Soul's lineage is a third jewel of the Triple Crown, well here," Stewart said in the lengthy list of the best thorough- the Belmont Stakes, as his next aftermath of The Derby. "He's breds ever seen in flat racing, mission. been training well the last cou- The ubiquitous Northern Dancer Said owner Fipke of The Derby ple of weeks. I thought he would and the ultimate race horse, Sec- success and the rest of 2013: "I've step up here and he did." retariat. Then there's Bold Ruler, always been confident in the horse, Fipke has never been swayed Native Dancer, Hail to Reason, Dallas and the Darby Dan crew much by the doubt or questions Nasrullah, Princequillo, Raise A where he was born and raised. of others. He made a fortune by Native and Crimson Satan. "It's a team effort, not one in- finding diamonds in northern On Hollywood Gold's star- dividual. First it is the breeding Canada. studed family tree are Mr. Pros- and then raising the foals correct- When his wealth gave him an pector, Raise A Native, Native ly. It is very, very hard to get a open door into thoroughbred rac- Dancer, Nashua, Roberto, Nas- horse to The Derby." ing, he bought a 400 acre spread rullah, Triple Crown winner And it's even harder to maneu- just outside Lexington in blue- Count Fleet, and Hail to Reason. ver through a field of 19 and then grass country. Fipke raises his Dallas Stewart was an assis- find the finish line before all but own bloodstock, much prefer- tant to D. Wayne Lukas for 11 one of the entries that are flail- ring his own broodmares to out- years before finally going out on ing through the slop and standing side sources such as auctions or his own. 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FROM PAGEBIO The Lady Cougars had one more win and that was the Rhonda Rogombe was on the4x200 relay unit where Aaliyah meet-winning 4x400 relay team Rice, Desiree McCarroll, Sele- and finished second in the 200 na Renteria and Alanna Baylor and 400 dashes as well as the combined to click off a winning high jump. time of 1:48.16. Caysie Irving cleared 10-feet Maria Russo finished second 6-inches to win the pole vault for in the 800. The 4x100 relay with the Patriots. Rice, McCarroll, Monique Cani- Also reaching Charleston no and Baylor was also able to and the state meet in individual finish second. events for the Patriots were Sara The 4x400 relay with Price, Pifer (second in the pole vault) McCarroll, Renteria and Russo and Destiny Harrison (third in finished second. the 1600 and fourth in the 800 Kenya Price qualified for the distance run). state meet with a third place in Jefferson's point total was the high jump. Malika Briggs mostly advanced by distance finished third in the 800 distance runner Abby Colbert. Colbert run. And Alanna Baylor had a was able to post wins in both the third-place in the 100. 3200 (11:32.05) and the 1600 Those individuals finishing in (5:23.13). The freshman was the top three in their events quali- also one of the four runners on fied for the state meet. Also, any the winning 4x800 relay. 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