The short priced favourite represents the Mullins stable and has a lofty rating of 159.
Only having one run over hurdles yielded a huge margin victory at short odds, with the plan seemingly being to always go over fences.
Yet to taste defeat over obstacles, he set a strong standard when last seen brushing Captain Guinness aside at Naas on deep ground.
He has form over further as he bolted up on chase debut over 2.5 miles back in November. He showed plenty of natural pace to win last time out and handles two miles on soft ground very well.
The win over Captain Guinness was visually impressive but his price does look incredibly short.
The stable first string is moving into Graded company for the first time and could be vulnerable to one who’s got more experience in graded company.