The first big market mover from the weekend is the Willie Mullins trained Champ Kiely, who was a very smart winner of the Grade One Lawlor's Of Naas Novice Hurdle.
A winner of his first three starts under rules, getting up late in a bumper at Limerick in May 2021 on debut and then stepped up to 2m5f at Galway in July on hurdles debut he took a maiden by 21 lengths.
Not seen again until October when stepped up to Grade Three company at Tipperary he put away a field including Cheltenham Festival winner Brazil and Hubrisko with ease.
Looking to land his first Grade One he went to Fairyhouse but could only finish fourth in the Royal Bond with the gelding needing a step up in trip.
He got that at the weekend when tried at 2m4f and having been well backed on the day he made every yard to take the race by close to three lengths.
The Lawlor's Of Naas has always been a big indicator for the Ballymore at Cheltenham and off the back of that run Champ Kiely went from 14/1 into 6/1 for the Grade One.