First foal a filly for Ocala Stud’s Grade 1 winner Seeking the Soul
Thursday, February 3, 2022

Ocala Stud stallion Seeking the Soul, a Grade 1 winner who banked more than $3.4 million, sired his first reported foal on Jan. 29 when a bay filly out of the Gottcha Gold mare Making Havoc was born at Ocala Stud. Bred in Florida by Ocala Stud, the filly is from the family of multiple stakes winner Royal Lad and multiple stakes winner and Graded stakes-placed Kings Command. Making Havoc, who is produced from the Montbrook mare Marion Theatre, was an eight-time winner during her racing career and banked $335,425.

Seeking the Soul, a Charles Fipke homebred, had an illustrious racing career. He won the 2017 Clark H. (G1), the 2018 Ack Ack S. (G3), and the 2019 Stephen Foster S. (G2). All told, he won or placed in eight Graded stakes, including runner-up finishes in the $1 million Breeders’ Cup Dirt Mile (G1) and the $9 million Pegasus World Cup Invitational S. (G1), while hitting the board in 20-of-32 career starts.

By Grade 1 winner and Canadian Champion Perfect Soul (IRE), Seeking the Soul is out of the Graded stakes-winning Seeking the Gold mare Seeking the Title, and hails from the famed Phipps family of undefeated champion Personal Ensign, champion Storm Flag Flying, and Grade 1 winners My Flag, Miner’s Mark, and Traditionally.

For more information about Seeking the Soul, contact David or Joe O’Farrell at (352) 237-2171.

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