Speedy Soul remains perfect with Muskoka score
Wednesday, August 29, 2018

Speedy Soul, a Joey Gee Thoroughbreds homebred daughter of Souper Speedy, rallied wide down the lane to capture Wednesday night’s $177,400 OLG Muskoka Stakes, presented by Ballycroy Trainer Centre.

 

Trained by Andrew Smith, Speedy Soul was full of run down the lane to capture the 6 ½-furlong Tapeta sprint for juvenile fillies over a talented group of 14 CTHS Yearling Sale graduates.

 

Speedy Soul, next to last under apprentice Kazushi Kimura in the early running, took dead aim at the leaders and was not to be denied an impressive four-length win in a swift 1:18.53.  Preferred Guest rallied up the rail under Jerome Lermyte to earn place by a head from Silent Mistake.

 

“This is a very nice filly. I’m very impressed with her,” said Smith. “She’s done everything right all along and I think she’ll improve.”

 

Speedy Soul banked $105,000 in victory to remain undefeated through two career starts.

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VIDEO REPLAYS:

Speedy Soul/Muskoka - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LIC6YG1QgnE

 

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