The first race of the day on the final day of the meeting is the Grade One Triumph Hurdle and the value for us in the race comes form Quilixios for Henry De Bromhead.
The gelding has only been seen four times in his career, winning in March at Compiegne in France in a conditions hurdle race and from there was bought by the owners and sent over to Ireland.
He made his debut for the yard at Punchestown earlier in the month and hosed up by 13 lengths, showing signs that Elliott could have another Envoi Allen.
He then went to Down Royal two starts ago in October and was another impressive winner of a 3-Y-O Hurdle, seeing off the field by 20 lengths.
Having been given some time off and trying to find a race for him, he ended up going to the Dublin Racing festival for the Grade One Spring Juvenile Hurdle and was a very impressive winner.
The form of that raced has since been franked with Saint Sam running a cracker on Tuesday in the Boodles to finish second.
He is very close with the two market leaders and and a bigger price looks like the value.