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Kelso: Florries Son going the right way.

Byline: Colin Russell

FLORRIES SON made it two wins from three starts when taking the two-and-three-quarter-mile novice hurdle in the hands of Paddy Aspell.

The 5-2 shot stayed on gamely to beat 100-1 chance Middleway by five lengths.

Home-bred by his Yorkshire-based owner Fiona Gray, the winner is trained by Martin Todhunter, who said that future plans for the Minster Son gelding are still in abeyance.

Aspell was given a one-day ban (October 28) for using his whip with excessive frequency.
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Title Annotation:Sports
Publication:The Racing Post (London, England)
Date:Oct 21, 2002
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