Aunt Flo


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Aunt Flo

n. a woman’s menstrual period. (see also visit from Flo. Refers to the menstrual flow.) I am sorry to announce that Aunt Flo has come for a visit.
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Aunt Flo could run in tomorrow's Jockey Club Of Kenya Molecomb Stakes at Goodwood.
Many people were convinced Sheila had committed this crime because she showed very little emotion when Aunt Flo went missing.
Aunt Flo had no trouble, in taking the four-runner two-year-old maiden, as her starting price of 1-6 might have indicated, though the Michael Bell-trained daughter of Royal Academy did tend to hang away from the rail, suggesting the ground was plenty firm enough for her.
Kieren wasn't the only man under threat at Newbury - newcomer Aunt Flo twice threw off Frankie Dettori.
NEGATIVES: Wannabe Grand, unlucky over course last month against Rose Of Mooncoin, returned to win a Listed event from Aunt Flo.
A well-backed 7-4 favourite, the Danehill filly got first run on her rivals and held the strong finish of Michael Bell's Aunt Flo by three- quarters of a length.
is the message emanating from Michael Bell's Newmarket yard, with the trainer confident that Aunt Flo can win today's feature two-year-old race -the British Horse Racing Directory Empress Stakes at Newmarket.
The Manila colt's winning debut came only last week, when he beat Aunt Flo on soft ground, and Meehan said yesterday: "I want to give myself more time before making my mind up about the Chesham.
Similar, but not identical, comments apply to Aunt Flo, who was runner- up to Tumbleweed Quartet, though in this instance her trainer Michael Bell was not at the course to speak to the stewards.