The first race of the day at Cheltenham is the Listed Mares' Novices' Hurdle over 2m4f and The Glancing Queen for Alan King if running to her best form will be tough to beat.
The mare has been a superb performer for the yard over the years starting in bumpers where she won over course and distance on her first start and then progressed through that season to then win the Grade Two Mares' bumper at the Grand National festival in 2019.
Having almost a year off through a setback she returned at Cheltenham in March 2020 and finished eighth of 23 in the Champion Bumper behind Ferny Hollow and Appreciate It.
This season the mare was sent over hurdles for the first time and having had a lot of flat form, she now used that over timber getting off the mark at Warwick at the first time of asking.
She was then pitched into the Grade One Challow Hurdle where she was third behind the superstar Bravemansgame, which is fair form.
The Glancing Queen got back to winning ways at Bangor in a weak event and then went to Exeter over a lesser trip and was second to the smart Wilde About Oscar.
She was last seen finishing fifth in the Grade Two Mares' Novices Hurdle, and the form of that race has since stacked up with the fourth going on to win a Grade One.
If handling the good ground she is the horse to beat on ability.