From what this gelding has shown so far he has got the lot, he jumps incredibly, he has pace to get away from the field but he has also has shown stamina being a three mile Grade One winner over hurdles.
He should be unbeaten over fences if it wasn’t for that freak fall in the Turners last year, his two wins at Leopardstown last season were breath taking especially in Grade One company at the DRF and then he finished last season by landing the Gold Cup Novice Chase at Fairyhouse.
On his seasonal debut this season he showed us he settled better, jumped more economically and just looked gagging for a step in trip when making a mockery of the Grade One John Durkan Chase field.
Sent to the DRF for a second year he was a powerful winner of the Grade One Irish Cup beating Stattler by 8 lengths and he just looks the class horse in the field.
The further he goes the better he will be in our opinion and although short we can’t even find anything to take him on with because he is just a superstar.