The David Pipe trained Remastered goes back over hurdles in this event and is handicapped to go close on the best of his form.
The nine year old gelding has been a tremendous horse for the yard over the years, last term starting his season off by landing a hat-trick of wins at Wetherby, Ascot and Carlisle.
His win at Ascot saw him step up to three miles and battle strongly to the line to land the Grade Two Reynoldstown Novices' Chase.
He was then sent to the Cheltenham festival for the National Hunt Chase and was unfortunately outclassed into fifth.Not seen again until his seasonal debut this term, he started off at Aintree in a Pertemps Handicap Hurdle finishing a narrow third behind two nice types.
This set him up perfectly for a big run in the Grade Three Ladbrokes Trophy at Newbury and until falling four out, he looked the most likely winner of the race.
Running off the same mark for next time out in the Tommy Whittle Handicap Chase he was a fair second giving over a stone away to the winner.
He then went back over the same course and distance in the Grade Two Peter Marsh Handicap Chase and was a fair fourth behind Gold Cup fifth Royal Pagaille.
He is now back over hurdles after a wind operation off a mark of 133 which is 13lb lower than his chase mark and on that basis has every chance.