The first horse we are going to put up on Thursday comes in the Handicap Hurdle over two miles and Hide And Seek for the inform Henry De Bromhead team makes big appeal.
The five year old mare has some classy form over hurdles this term, three starts ago finishing third on good ground behind Braganza for Willie Mullins.
She then went to Tramore and again settled for third when well beaten by El Fabiolo who has turned out to be a very classy individual.
Over the same course and distance Hide and Seek franked that form by getting off the mark over timber, beating a nice type for Gordon Elliott by 10 lengths.
She makes her handicap debut in this sphere and only on a mark of 107, she could have a lot more to offer.