Paul Townend and Aramon came up just short of a place in today's Cheltenham Festival opener.
Willie Mullins-trained Aramon fell just shy of a place in today's Cheltenham Festival opener, finishing sixth as stablemate Klassical Dream claimed victory with Ruby Walsh on board.
Co-owned by Inniskeen's Daniel McGahon, the 14/1 shot looked good approaching the famous hill, but fell away from the frontrunners, with Inside Track tip, Ichy Feet, finishing third.
28/1 shot Thomas Darby was second.
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