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    Canadian horse places second at Kentucky Derby

    A Canadian-owned horse placed second this weekend at the Kentucky Derby. The horse's name is Golden Soul, and belongs to Charles Fipke of Kelowna. Rebecca caught up with Fipke at his horse farm in Kentucky.

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