The first market mover from the weekends action for the Cheltenham festival came in the way off Nusret for Joseph O'Brien who looks to be a big contender for the Boodles Juvenile Handicap Hurdle if going for the race.
A decent flat performer on the level for Joseph O'Brien getting a rating of 91 at his peak, this season he has been sent hurdling and looks to have a lot of ability.
On hurdles debut at Punchestown in November he made an emphatic start to life over timber when bolting up in a 3-Y-O Hurdle over 2m 1/2f.
Upped in class at Leopardstown over Christmas in the Grade Two Juvenile Hurdle he finished a good third behind two start juveniles in Lossiemouth and Gala Marceau for Willie Mullins.
Next time out again he bumped into another star for Willie Mullins in Blood Destiny when not handling the heavy conditions to finish 18 lengths back in third and maybe that day he was saving his mark.
The key to this horse is good ground and he showed that on Saturday when landing the Grade Two Adonis Juvenile Hurdle at Kempton, seeing off Perseus Way after the last.
Nusret showed just how poor the British Juvenile challenge is this season having been blown out the water by some smart Irish horses and then coming over to England and winning that race, shows the difference in class.
Unlikely to step up into the Grade One Triumph and instead go for the Boodles, he was 11/1 before the race at the weekend and is now as short as 5/1 with some firms.