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Kelso: . Marshall is off the mark with Shelter.

Byline: Tom O'ryan

Steve Marshall, who took out a permit last season, suffered when his horses then fell foul of a virus, but it was smiles all round after he landed his first success with Gimme Shelter in the staying handicap hurdle.

Given a fine front-running ride by in-form claimer Padge Whelan, the eight-year-old mare scored by ten lengths.

Liz Annett, the trainer's partner, said: "She is my hunter really, but I don't suppose I am going to get her back now!"
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Title Annotation:Sports
Publication:The Racing Post (London, England)
Date:Nov 20, 2002
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