09/03/2003 12:00AM

She's Gottogetaway takes Generous Portion

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DEL MAR, Calif. - She's Gottogetaway, the second longest shot in a field of eight California-bred 2-year-old fillies, caught a weary Dirty Diana in the final stride to score a massive upset in Wednesday's $100,000 Generous Portion Stakes at Del Mar.

She's Gottogetaway ($59.80) trailed by more than six lengths with a quarter-mile remaining but rallied on the inside to win by a neck. Ridden by Isaias Enriquez, She's Gottogetaway finished six furlongs in 1:11.62.

Dirty Diana, the 1-2 favorite, set a quick pace of 21.56 and 44.29 seconds but was noticeably shortening stride in the final furlong.

"I thought I had a chance to catch the leader, but I knew it was going to be close," Enriquez said. "When I took her to the rail, she took off."

Dirty Diana held second, finishing a half-length in front of 25-1 Blowing Bartok.

Dirty Diana entered the race on the strength of a win in the California Thoroughbred Breeders Association Stakes in late July and a second in the Grade 2 Sorrento Stakes last month.

She's Gottogetaway was bred by Tom and Debra Stull, who race as Tommy Town Thoroughbreds. Trained by Ruben Cardenas She's Gottogetaway is unbeaten in two starts, having won a maiden race for California-bred fillies on Aug. 9. By Lite the Fuse, she will be pointed for the California Cup Juvenile Fillies at Oak Tree at Santa Anita on Nov. 8, Tom Stull said.