ETOBICOKE, Ontario &ndash; Check Your Soul ($8.70) rallied stoutly from the back of the pack to capture Sunday&rsquo;s $150,400 Plate Trial Stakes, an important prep for the $1 million Queen&rsquo;s Plate.\r\nCheck Your Soul broke three lengths behind the other Canadian-bred 3-year-olds and then went four wide on the first turn while racing six lengths off the lead in the nine-furlong route. Favored Bear&rsquo;s Chill set honest fractions while being pressed by Sandy Gully. Check Your Soul commenced a five-wide bid heading into the far turn.\r\nBowman&rsquo;s Causeway also closed wide on the far turn, and Check Your Soul inherited the lead from him early in the lane before drawing off for a 3 1/4-length score, in a time of 1:51.16.\r\nSaratoga shipper Bowman&rsquo;s Causeway, who was making his first start for trainer Chad Brown, finished a clear second in his first start since he trailed in the April 3 Florida Derby. Strike Oil was a wake-up third and was followed by Hippolytus, Sensational Slam, Imhotep, Sandy Gully, Speed Ring, and Bear&rsquo;s Chill.\r\nPatrick Husbands rode the Roger Attfield-trained Check Your Soul, who banked $90,000 for owner-breeder Charles Fipke.\r\n&ldquo;He&rsquo;s still learning,&rdquo; Husbands said. &ldquo;He hasn&rsquo;t really figured it out yet. As the gates opened, he went up in the air. When I got by the three-quarter pole, I was kicking along. I wasn&rsquo;t really worried, because I knew I was on a nice horse. He comes from way out of it. From the two times I rode him, [I found] you can do anything with this horse.&rdquo;\r\nCheck Your Soul should be no worse than the second choice for the June 26 Plate, a 1 1/4-mile event for Canadian-bred 3-year-olds.