The first horse to follow over hurdles this season is the Henry De Bromhead trained Bob Olinger who looks a really smart newcomer for the yard.
The son of Sholokov is held in very high regard off the back of his two starts during his career to date and stepping over timber this term should be the making of him.
Back in November 2019 the five year old won an Irish maiden at Turtulla by 15 lengths and was bought and given to De Bromhead off the back of it.
At Gowran Park in March he made his rules debut in a bumper and again showed clear talent to take the 2m2f event by 10 lengths, seeing off nice types for Willie Mullins and Gordon Elliott.
It is still very early days in this youngsters career but he holds some big potential and should be watched during the term.