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ITRUST YOU GETS LIGHTNING LANE WIN IN MEADOWS FEATURE


WASHINGTON, PA, Nov. 12, 2012 - Itrustyou found the pocket behind Fred And Ginger, then brushed by his stablemate in the Lightning Lane to capture Monday's $22,500 Winners Over $10,000 Life/Preferred Handicap Pace at The Meadows.

Although Itrustyou left from post 9, he swooped Fred And Ginger from the gate, forcing his rival to endure a tough opening quarter. That may have been the difference late, as the fresher horse had plenty left to score for Dave Palone in a sharp 1:50.4. Fred And Ginger was second by 1-1/2 lengths, while Village Beat earned show.

Ron Burke trains Itrustyou, a 4-year-old Third Straight-Dynamic Lady gelding who now boasts $374,529 in career earnings, for Burke Racing Stable.

Tony Hall drove five winners and Eric Ledford four on the 15-race card while Palone enjoyed a triple.

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