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Phil Kinsella: set to return at Kelso on Friday after two months on sidelines

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Kinsella hoping Kelso gets green light

 By Tom O'Ryan4.08PM 8 JAN 2009 

PHIL KINSELLA, sidelined for two months with a fractured shoulder and tendon damage, has more reason than most to hope that Kelso gets the green light to race on Friday.

The jockey is set to return to action with four mounts, three of which are trained by his Malton boss, Malcolm Jefferson, and include the exciting Mcmurrough and Moscow Catch.


Kinsella, who was passed fit on Monday, can scarcely wait to return. \"Fingers, toes and everything else is crossed that the meeting goes ahead,\" he said. \"I can\'t tell you how frustrating it\'s been for the last couple of months, having to watch from the sidelines after things had been going so well.\"

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