The Ultima Handicap Chase has been a race over the last few years that the British have a superb record in and the market suggests this season that it will be staying with us.
Happygolucky for superstar trainer Kim Bailey has undergone some serious market support of late for the Grade Three event on the Tuesday of the meeting.
Having not ran since December, he looks to have been saved for this event with Bailey looking to keep him on a decent mark.
Last season the gelding was seen finishing a good fourth in the Martin Pipe Handicap Hurdle at the Cheltenham festival, with him being hampered in the final stages and arguably could have finished much closer.
He has been sent over fences this term and has performed to a very high standard in all three of his events, showing a progressive nature and not finishing outside the top two on any run.
He made his first start over the bigger obstacles at Stratford when seeing off the likeable Paint The Dream for Fergal O'Brien.
He then went to Fakenham and was a close second behind Getaway Trump who has since franked the form and last time out he got back to winning ways at Cheltenham over the Utima course and distance.
He has plenty in his favour heading into the event and punters have latched onto this which has seen his odds slashed from 25/1 into 11/2.