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Belmont Stakes 2013: Golden Soul's Breeze Delayed

Golden Soul, runner-up to Orb in the Kentucky Derby, was scheduled to breeze at Churchill Downs on Saturday morning, but trainer Dallas Stewart called an audible and delayed serious training for another few days.
 
“He had a really good day galloping, but I passed on working him this morning,” Stewart said. “He ran a great race in the Derby, but it was a hard race on him and his appetite is still coming back.”
 
Charles Fipke’s homebred Golden Soul is still on track for Belmont Stakes 2013 on June 8.
 
“I was going to give him two works, but now I’m looking at just one,” Stewart said. “I’ll likely breeze him the middle of this week on Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday. That will give him about eight or nine days between the work and the race.”
 
Golden Soul, a chestnut son of Perfect Soul-IRE, has a record of 1-3-0 from six starts with earnings of $517,400. His lone victory came when he broke his maiden by 7 ¼ lengths at Fair Grounds in December.
 

 

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