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That sets up the tantalising prospect of big guns like Douvan, Min and Un De Sceaux - which clash in today's featured Boylesports Champion Chase - all going under starters' orders against one another.

There isn't anywhere to hide. This is it," he says. Photo-finishes have been unkind to Mullins in the past month after being chinned by Elliott in the Irish and English Nationals but he hopes the tide may turn this week in a battle which will go right down to the wire. General Principle's Irish National win has helped Elliott into an even bigger lead than he held this time 12 months ago but past experience has taught him that the race is far from over.

Describing his eventual defeat in last year's title race as "heartbreaking" after holding a sizeable lead heading into Punchestown, the Cullentra handler makes no bones about the fact that becoming champion trainer would supersede anything he has done in his remarkable training career to date. All joking aside, we'll do our best and try and bring as many as we can. I'm happier being in front than behind. If I was behind I'd have no chance. I have a small chance being in front.

I know the ammunition Willie has and he's going to be chasing me hard. Seconds, thirds, fourths and fifths will all count. It's good for the public and I'm sure if I win it Willie will be able to shake my hand and if he wins it I'll be the first one to shake his.

In less than a week! As Kilkenny hurling boss Brian Cody has wisely said on numerous occasions, the only time the scoreline matters is at the end and Mullins operates on the same principle with 90 festival winners to Elliott's 14 highlighting his love for end-of-season fare. Mullins is unlikely to equal his record tally of 16 wins from three years ago but despite trailing handsomely he still looks in pole position to prevail and can pull off another minor miracle.

The end-of-season feel may make it seem like the 12th and final round of an epic title bout between two prize fighters but in reality, it's only heading into the eighth with five huge rounds set to come and twists and turns awaiting around every hurdle and fence.

They don't call it Peerless Punchestown for nothing, and this epic clash will live up to all the hype. Aisling Crowe Dick Francis or Agatha Christie may have been capable of writing a plot with as many twists and turns as this year's Punchestown Festival conjured up, but those lacking the imagination and talent for crafting a story would have struggled to devise the screenplay of the climax to this year's National Hunt season.

Eamonn Sweeney We expected a mighty battle. We got a massacre. The bookies thought half a million euros was a big enough lead for Gordon Elliott to hold on to during Punchestown. It turned out a million Ultan Dillane on his journey from Paris to Tralee to Ireland international. Click here to subscribe on iTunes.

Champion sets sights on the pretender in trainers' finale Gordon Elliott with General Principle after the horse edged out the Willie Mullins-trained Isleofhopendreams in the Irish Grand National — he will be hoping to get the better of Mullins again at Punchestown this week. Michael Verney April 24 2: Bloodlines Trainer Willie Mullins.

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