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Hidden Cyclone: Easy winner
Hidden Cyclone was never out of second gear as he outclassed his three rivals at Navan on his final run of the season.
John "Shark" Hanlon's six-year-old was not hard-pressed to land the Irish Stallion Farms EBF Novice Hurdle, and after six wins from his seven starts, the gelding will now have a break before being trained for a chasing campaign next winter.
Medical Card set a steady pace until weakening out of contention before the turn into the straight with three to jump.
Fists Of Fury tried to make a race of it but he was easily shrugged aside as Andrew McNamara let the 4-11 shot come home as he liked 13 lengths clear.
"I was delighted with that today. He jumped the way I wanted him to," said Hanlon.
"He really shouldn't have been here but for the way he jumped at Thurles last time.
"We've worked a lot with him at home to get his head right. Andrew said for the first time he behaved himself."