The seven race card at Haydock on Saturday incredibly includes four Grade Twos, one of them featuring The New One Unibet Hurdle (Registered As The Champion Hurdle Trial Hurdle).
The race held at 2:40 is held over a distance just more than 1m7f, with some extremely interesting contenders heading to post.
The field are headed by the International Hurdle winner Brain Power, who has sprung back to life having reverted back to the smaller obstacles for the first time before Christmas.
After an emphatic debut at Kempton in November 2017, things never really worked out over fences, where he failed to win any of his next five.
The 8yo travelled ever so strongly in the International, leading home both Silver Streak and Western Ryder, who look all but set to join him in the field, seeking retribution themselves.
Nicky Henderson's 8yo gelding; along with the two just named, will face seven other rivals, including course and distance winners Clyne and Chti Balko.
Clyne - trained by Evan Williams, won here twice in handicap company back in 2016, and has risen through the ranks. Chti Balko meanwhile, won here for Donald McCain thirteen months ago.
Global Citizen made all at Newbury before being outclassed by two Nicky Henderson horses in the Christmas Hurdle.
Mohaayed was also a winner before Christmas, when skipping clear in the Betfair Exchange Trophy at Ascot.
Pingshou and Vision Des Flos both represent Ann and Alan Potts Ltd from the Colin Tizzard yard, whilst Boite may skip his other entries in favour for a place here.