The seven year old for Henry De Bromhead has been an improving project over the last few years with the mare winning eight of her last 10 events since May 2019.
Last season the daughter of Stowaway was nothing short of superb running four times and winning three of those events including back to back wins at Prestbury Park.
Having scored at Wexford in September she then went into a Grade Three event at Tipperary and was a narrow second in a race she really should have won.
However, she improved massively for that experience when stepping up to the Grade Two Arkle Trial at Cheltenham and seeing off three smart runners to land the event.
The mare was waited on patiently again and was not seen until March when sent into the Grade One Arkle at the festival and at a double figure price became the first mare to win the event for 40 years.
Having her first run since the festival she returned for her seasonal debut in the Grade Two Shloer Chase over the same course and distance and again put in a gritty performance to land the contest, seeing off Defi Du Seuil, Duc Des Genievres and Riders Onthe Storm.
She was then seen last time out over Christmas at Leopardstown finishing a fair third behind the favourite Chacun Pour Soi in a Grade One over two miles.
Put The Kettle On headed back to her beloved Cheltenham and put in a career best performance to keep her unbeaten record at the track to land the Champion Chase.
Off the back of that run she heads into this as the clear favourite with anything matching that performance seeing tough to beat, but being away from Cheltenham makes her more beatable.