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that part of a vascular plant which is above the ground, consisting of stem and leaves.
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Edward O'Grady, trainer of Shot From The Hip "He came out of his Killarney race well and is in good shape.
We were planning to run Shot From The Hip on Saturday but the race he was due to run in has been cancelled, so we availed of the option.
O'Grady was uncertain about future plans for Shot From The Hip after his emphatic victory over Endless Intrigue (Robbie McNamara) in the maiden hurdle, but commented: "I'm pleased and relieved.
McCoy is on Shot From The Hip, one of three runners for McManus who is also represented by Bellvano and Bob Lingo.
No shortage of runners today, with a number of significant hurdling debutants on show, notably Edward O'Grady's Shot From The Hip and Staying Article.
Conclusion Mouse Morris's course record of 2-36 in the past five seasons is poor and, with talented pair Gates Of Rome and Shot From the Hip in the lineup, Rathlin is worth laying at odds-on.
15: Weatherbys Champion Bumper Bishopsfurze, Bubbly Bruce, Day Of A Lifetime, Drumbaloo, Elegant Concordem Frawley, Shannon Spirit, Sheer Genius, Shot From The Hip, Tavern Times, Up Ou That, Hidden Universe.
55 Naas Woodlands Park 100 Club Nas Na Riogh Novice Chase 2m4f G2 ATR Card page 25 SINCE the turn of the century this has been won by several Grade 1 scorers, but in this year's field only Gates Of Rome and Shot From The Hip have run in a Grade 1 chase, both without success.