The Supreme Novices' Hurdle is the curtain raiser for the Cheltenham festival and with eight runners heading to post we have a win and each way selection.
We can't look past the favourite Appreciate it for Willie Mullins, with the six year old showing the best form on offer in the race to date.
He ran in four bumpers last term, finishing third on his rules debut at Fairyhouse but since then he has turned into a different animal.
He bolted up at Christmas at Leopardstown in a two and half mile bumper not seeing a rival for the last two furlongs.
At the same track he landed a Grade Two in the same form as his other win and he then went to the Cheltenham festival where he was a narrow second behind stablemate Ferny Hollow in the Grade One Champion Bumper.
Mullins has stepped him up to hurdles this season and on debut was comfortable winner at Cork and that form has been franked with the second placed horse since going on to win twice since.
Appreciate it also cemented the form line when entered into the Grade One Future Champions Novice Hurdle at Leopardstown over Christmas and went on to dominate a strong field by close to 10 lengths.
Last time out he further solidified himself as the best two mile novice hurdler this season, when making it three races unbeaten for the season hen landing the Grade One Chanelle Pharma Novice Hurdle at the Dublin Racing Festival.
Although many think he might be better suited in the Ballymore Novices' Hurdle, Mullins has not been shy of putting a horse that stays well into the Supreme and he looks the one to beat off the back of his form this term.