This trainer and jockey needs very little introduction if any at all but we think Willie Mullins and Ruby Walsh, although one of the leading jumps trainers and jockeys in the world, could seriously clean up this weekend having a lot of runners in some big Grade 1 contests.
Melon takes up the reigns for the trainer and jockey combination in the Irish Champion hurdle and even though taking on the super mare that is Apple's Jade, she is going back to two miles and he could cause an upset.
Min leads the field for the trainer in the Dublin Chase and this eight year old was really impressive on his seasonal debut and there are no signs to suggest she can't land this competitive race comfortably.
Tiger Tap Tap has a great chance to reverse the form of Sir Erec in the Juvenile Hurdle on Sunday whilst Mullins also has Klassical Dream in the Channelle Pharma Novices Hurdle.
The big one of the two day meeting is the Irish Gold Cup and Mullins has two possible chances to land the Grade 1 spoils with Al Boum Photo and our selection with Ruby on board in Bellshill.
Both of these have a great chance in this contests but we think with Walsh on board and Bellshill seriously looking to head to the Gold Cup in March he will need to perform well.