05/01/2006 12:00AM

Plenty of speed in front of It's Outta Here

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ETOBICOKE, Ontario - It's Outta Here will try to hit a home run in Wednesday's featured fifth race, a 5 1/2-furlong allowance for fillies and mares.

The eight-race card is the first Wednesday evening program of the Woodbine meeting, and post time is 6:50 p.m.

It's Outta Here, a 4-year-old filly trained by Mike Doyle, won 1 of 7 outings and $66,256 in 2005. She overcame a troubled trip with an eye-catching wide bid to capture a five-furlong maiden special last spring in her second start.

It's Outta Here subsequently placed in a trio of first-level allowances in her next four outings, and then got the winter off after finishing far back in the Nov. 13 Jammed Lovely Stakes. She resurfaced in a five-furlong allowance on opening day, April 1, finishing third after going wide throughout.

Slade Callaghan, who teamed with Doyle to finish second aboard Stormkick in Sunday's ninth race, will ride It's Outta Here, who has a lot of speed to chase in the feature.

The front-runners in the field include Grain of Truth, Gold Quest, Before Midnight, and Fi.

Grain of Truth scored by 5 1/2 lengths in her lone 2-year-old start Dec. 1, when she earned a 77 Beyer. She returned in April in a tough opening-day allowance, leading early before fading to fourth. The race has yielded next-out allowance winners Vestrey Lady and Like a Gem.

Trainer Bob Tiller is adding blinkers to Grain of Truth, who will be ridden by David Clark.

Gold Quest was beaten by double-digit lengths in each of her three Gulfstream races this year, including a maiden special on turf. She woke up dramatically in a five-furlong maiden dash here April 15, however, scoring by seven lengths after setting quick fractions.

Jim McAleney will ride Gold Quest for trainer Reade Baker. McAleney and Baker combined for 10 wins during the first month of the meeting and have been the most successful trainer-rider tandem at Woodbine since the beginning of 2005.

Before Midnight edged It's Outta Here by a neck for second in the April 1 allowance, which was her first appearance since she captured a $50,000 claimer in December. She has won three races while banking over $100,000 since trainer Noel Randall claimed her for $32,000 in July.

Fi has been off since posting an eight-length maiden triumph at Arlington in August 2004, for which she received an 81 Beyer. She spent the winter at Payson Park in Florida with trainer Mac Benson.

* There is a pick-seven carryover of $1,845.