ST. PETERSBURG — Cal Holland decided he needed a wardrobe change.So he reached into his closet and put on a blue Derby Lane windbreaker, one the track had not sold in 25 years and Holland had not worn in more than a decade. The jacket matched the color of the No. 2 racing blanket on his Rt's Bo Jangles in the $10,000 Howl-O-Ween Stakes championship event Oct. 29."I usually wear a suit (for the finale)," he said. "But I said, 'It's raining, and I'm going to wear my Derby Lane jacket.'"Whether or not it was superstition, Holland may have started a new trend for himself. The St. Petersburg kennel owner and Tampa Bay Greyhound Association president finally got the results he had been looking for from Rt's Bo Jangles, who rolled to a six-length victory for his first stakes crown.The title for arguably Derby Lane's top greyhound this year added to his resume for possible industry postseason honors, including a berth on the All-America team."He deserves (to be an All-America selection)," said Holland, 72, a Hernando Beach resident and native of Lincoln, Neb. "He has been the win leader (for the previous meet, and leader again at the current meet). He's had tough races in the finals of (past) stakes races, but he's had two thirds (in them)."Rt's Bo Jangles, who won for the 35th time from 59 starts this year, was the wagering favorite for his fourth consecutive stakes final. After finishing sixth in the $50,000 Husker Magic Fall Sprint on Sept. 30, and third in both the $8,000 T.L. Weaver Memorial on Aug. 19, and the $20,000 Remembrance on May 29, Rt's Bo Jangles left nothing to chance in the Howl-O-Ween. He sprinted to the lead on the first turn and cruised home in 30.59 seconds. The 31-month-old male from a litter by Kiowa Mon Manny and Penrose Karrie paid $3.20 as the 2-5 favorite. It was his 44th career victory. He earned $4,500 for owner Randy Toler of Penrose, Colo. Brian Ernst (Capabal kennel) nosed out Flamenco Dancer (Farmer Racing) for second place. The remaining order of finish: Se's Punisher (Nova), Wall Nut (ABC Racing), Kelsos Jam On It (Lester Raines), Barts Mr Peabody (Bartley Corporation), and Bob's Kelly (Steubenville)."Cal wanted to win it real bad because we've had three (stakes) that he didn't win," said Gladys Holland, Cal's wife. "We were like, 'He's always a bridesmaid, never a bride.' Cal wanted to win it for the kennel and for the owner."She said Toler named Rt's Bo Jangles after the song, Mr. Bojangles, a popular tune in the 1970s.Rt's Bo Jangles didn't win his first Grade A race until his 20th start, but has since become a force."(He didn't stand out) at the beginning, but right after that, we expected him to win almost every race," Cal Holland said. "He's just that type of a dog, because he always breaks, and he wins."