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Guyana Star Dweej Will Work Monday

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Photo: Kevin Creative (Kevin House)

Trainer Doodnauth Shivmangal said Sunday that his Belmont Stakes hopeful, Guyana Star Dweej, would probably breeze a half-mile Monday after plans to breeze this morning were abandoned.

 

“The [main] track was sealed, so we changed it to most likely tomorrow,” said Shivmangal. “He went for a nice little gallop on the main track today. We want to breeze him on the main track, weather permitting, but we’ll see which track suits us better tomorrow. Today, most people worked here.”

 

Guyana Star Dweej finished second in an April 27 allowance race at Belmont behind fellow Belmont Stakes contender Unstoppable U.

 

 

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