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that part of a vascular plant which is above the ground, consisting of stem and leaves.
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Successful on debut at Clonmel and when slamming Araucaria at Leopardstown prior to his trip to Prestbury Park, Shot From The Hip ended last season by finishing 11th behind Hidden Universe in the Grade 1, Paddy Power-sponsored bumper at the Punchestown Festival.
Highly-regarded and reportedly schooling well, Shot From The Hip should prove very tough to beat, with Willie Mullins' Cottrellsbooley, runaway winner of a Naas bumper last March, the most likely threat.
Gates Of Rome and Shot From The Hip are not entered for any of the novice races at Cheltenham, although they hold handicap engagements where both are entered for the Pulteney Land Investments Novices' Chase.
A Grade 1 novice hurdle winner last season, Shot From The Hip (5) gets off the mark over fences under Mark Walsh
Shot From The Hip opened his hurdling account at this meeting last term before going on to land the Grade 1 Champion Novice Hurdle at Punchestown in May.
Rathlin, who finished sixth in the Supreme Novices' at Cheltenham before running second in a Grade 2 at Fairyhouse eight days ago, Far Away So Close, winner of a handicap at Aintree last month, and Il Fenomeno, a Group 3 winner in Italy who finished fifth on his hurdling debut at Fairyhouse last week, all represent Gigginstown House Stud, the champion owner last season and trying to peg back JP McManus, owner of Shot From The Hip, in the title race before the season ends on Saturday.
10), in which the Andrew McNamara-ridden Shot From The Hip looks nailed on if he can handle the ground.
Endless Intrigue's run behind Shot From The Hip at Christmas sets the standard, but I am also including the improving Westmeath and two highly rated but frustrating sorts in Dantes King and Jetson.