The seven year old has raced 11 times during his short career and has only finished outside the top three once in his point to point and rules career to date.
Two seasons ago on his final two starts over hurdles he really came to life landing the Grade One Albert Bartlett at the festival at a huge price of 50/1 and then backed that up at the Punchestown festival when landing another classy Grade One.
He went novice chasing last season and after running well on debut behind star mare Laurina, he landed a Beginners Chase at Navan before narrowly being beaten in the RSA Novices' Chase at the festival, With Champ pipping him on the line.
Coming out of novice company this term he started his season off at Wexford at the back end of October in the Grade Three Memorial Chase where he jumped the field into submission, going on to win the event by 25 lengths.
Having again put up another superb performance his handler targeted the Savills Chase over Christmas at Leopardstown and it was the first time in his career that he put in a poor performance.
The gelding went off favourite for the event but suffered the first fall of his career when crashing out with a circuit still to go in the event.
This saw him drift slightly in the Gold Cup betting to 10/1, but we believe he is worth sticking by for the Cheltenham event if jumping better, having bundles of staying ability