Having been a fair hurdler, this season he has taken his form to the next level by making his chase debut at Wetherby in October over 2m4f and winning by 14 lengths.
Off the back of that he went back to Wetherby and was stepped up to three miles for the first time in his career and he went on again to win by 16 lengths.
He showed clear stamina that day and his biggest asset is how well he jumps a fence, which made the Skelton's happy enough to send him to Kempton for the Grade On Kauto Star Novices' Chase.
He took on some nice horses including The Big Breakaway and blew them away in the final stages, jumping his rivals into submission.
He heads into this event on Sunday looking to land back to back Grade One events and although over a smaller trip should show his versatility.