The first race of the day is the Class 2 Matheson Hurdle and this contest over two miles looks to be one of the best races in terms of talent across the day.
The Gary Moore trained Botox Has gets our verdict with the four year old gelding looking like a quality gelding last season and will be looking to pick back up from where he left off.
Having been given to Moore last term he raced three times over timber winning twice and placing once with his two latest runs coming over course and distance at Cheltenham.
He finished second to Allmankind in a Grade Two Juvenile hurdle in November and used that to land a decent event next time out.
He will need to reverse the form with the Triumph Hurdle third but looks a highly progressive animal.