The first selection on the penultimate day of the festival comes in the Grade One Turners' Novices' Chase and Mighty Potter is the banker of the festival for many.
A superstar for connections and trainer Gordon Elliott, being a smart novice hurdler last season when landing the Grade One Royal Bond Novice Hurdle at Fairyhouse and although running no race when pulled up in the Supreme he got back to form in a big way at the Punchestown festival when landing a second Grade One the Champion Novice Hurdle.
Sent chasing this season and he has turned into an even better animal, maturing for being a year older and has brushed aside his rivals on all three of his runs.
Making his chase debut at Down Royal in November he made a few mistakes which would have taught him a lot but he still won well.
Sent to Fairyhouse in the Grade One Drinmore Novice Chase he jumped better still making a few errors but dominated at the finish revelling in the distance and soft ground.
Making it 3/3 over fences when last seen at the DRF putting up one of the performances of the week he bounded clear of Adamantly Chosen to win by close to nine lengths.
He is the best horse in this division and with the ground on the soft side he should go close again.