Another runner to note from the weekend was Impervious for Colm Murphy in the Grade Two Mares’ Novice Chase over 2m 1/2f at Cork.
Taking on the likes of Dinoblue, Rosey's Hollow and Instit who are no mugs, she went on to take the race by three lengths from Dinoblue but if she really wanted to she could of won the race by more/
It was a very impressive performance with the horse making it 2/2 over fences now and although she showed signs of ability over hurdles last season, the switch to fences has started to convert her into a serious animal.
Impervious is in a few markets for The Cheltenham Festival but it looks as though the Grade Two Mares’ Chase against her own sex will be where she ends up with the Arkle a much tougher event and going from 14/1 into 5/1 for that race sees her as the second favourite behind Allegorie De Vassy for the event with the Mullins favourite still yet to jump a fence.
Big player if getting the trip going forward.