The seven-year-old was crowned king of the staying hurdlers at Cheltenham when adding a second Grade One to his tally after landing the JLT Hurdle at Ascot earlier in the campaign.
What a performance!— TimeformLive (@TimeformLive) March 14, 2019
PAISLEY PARK swoops around the field and powers clear to land the 2019 Stayers' Hurdle at the #CheltenhamFestival for @ELavelleracing and @AidanColeman!
While Lavelle has ruled out a quick reappearance at Aintree next month, a trip to Punchestown at the end of April remains a possible option.
She said: "He's in great order, but Aintree will come too soon. It's too close to Cheltenham.
"We'll see what happens whether we go to Punchestown or not. He's had a great year. He's only seven years old.
"He's got a great future ahead of him, touch wood."