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Greensburg-trained horse earns first win

Paul Schofield
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Mystical Barb crosses the finish line Monday at The Meadows.

Greensburg horse trainer Steven Grisenthwaite got a big win Monday at The Meadows when a horse he owns, Mystical Barb, captured the eighth race, a $7,500 trot.

It was the first victory in eight career starts for the daughter of Explosive Matter-Twin B Angel and her initial race at The Meadows. She recently ran at Hoosier Park in Indiana. Tony Hall was the driver of Mystical Barb, who ran 1:58.1.

Paul Schofield is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Paul by email at [email protected] or via Twitter .

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