On The Blind Side for Nicky Henderson has really turned his career around with some superb performances over the klast few years.
Having been tried over fences, hurdles and on the flat two seasons ago, Henderson stuck with flights last term and he made a bright start to the campaign.
He went to Cheltenham on last year's seasonal debut in November for the Listed Handicap Hurdle and beat a decent field of runners over three miles.
He then headed back over the same course and distance last time out and the extra weight told being beat into second by the well handicapped Come On Teddy.
Dropped slightly in trip but upped in Grade, he was sent to Kempton in the Grade Two Relkeel Hurdle and finished a superb second behind bright spark McFabulous.
Quickly turned around, he went to Market Rasen just a week later and going back up to three mile made the difference and saw him land a decent hurdle event.
Being in fine form he headed to Haydock last time out for the Grade Two Rendlesham Hurdle and although only finishing third.
Looking to stay on an upward curve he went to Aintree for the Ryanair Stayers' Hurdle and finished a fair sixth of 15.
He tried to finish his season off with a win at Sandown but it looked as though all the runs caught up with him.
Given a good break heading into this term he returned last time out at Newbury in the Long Distance Hurdle finishing second to Thomas Darby and although running well he might find a few too good.