The Grade B Mares Handicap Chase looks a decent the highly progressive Scarlet And Dove dropping back into this company could be a big player.
The mare has been frequently raced this term, but has just got better and better with every run, making her chase debut at Cork in November and finishing second to the likeable Yukon Lil.
Back over the same course and distance she was a good second to Cheltenham festival winner Mount Ida and then at the third time of asking she landed a Beginners' Chase at Limerick.
Coming with a good run when stepped up to a Grade Two at Thurles, she unfortunately took a fall when upsides the dual Grade One winning Colreevy.
She put that behind her in a Grade Three at Navan when winning easily and then backed that performance up at Limerick in a Grade Two.
Last time out the mare was seen finishing fifth of nine behind Janidil in the Grade One Gold Cup Novice Chase at Fairyhouse and now dropping back into a handicap, on a nice weight, she could be a huge player.
Supertsar 7lb claimer Jordan Gainford also takes off another 7lb which makes her even more respected.