Trainer - Nigel Twiston-Davies
Jockey - Daryl Jacob
Was an emphatic 57-length victor of this race last year, which in reflection was a very weak renewal.
Not the case this time around, with the Gold Cup 1-2 headlining the field, but Bristol De Mai loves it round here, and is a three-time course winner.
The big negative will be that he is a real mud-lover, and the conditions are expected to be good, good to soft at best.
Was well beaten in the King George last December, and has seven lengths to find on Might Bite from the Betway Bowl Chase at Aintree back in April.