The six year old sits prominently in the market off the back of a brilliant novice hurdling campaign.
Henry De Bromhead’s charge made his hurdle debut in November but was unlucky to bump into Champion bumper winner Ferny Hollow.
He soon shed his maiden tag when moved up in trip, running out a ready winner by 14 lengths.
We last saw Bob Olinger in the Lawlors Of Naas hurdle in early January where he showed his class and pace to cruise to record a Grade One victory. Beating Blue Lord by close to seven lengths easily, reading as some solid form.
He’s got tactical pace, a decent sized engine and cuts through soft ground. He’ll have no problem holding a position and coming through the field with a turn of foot.
Looking the one to beat having won the same race as Envoi Allen did on route to a Ballymore win last term.