The final black type contest of the two days is the prestigious Irish Gold Cup over three miles and we think it will be very hard to look past this Willie Mullins trained star.
Kemboy last season was just remarkable starting his season off at Clonmel in the Grade Two Oil Chase and easing to victory to suggest that this season he looks a far more mature horse.
He showed this again when stepping up to three miles in last year's contest and was brilliant landing the Grade One, beating what looked like would be his rivals in the Gold Cup.
The only mishap he made all season was in the Cheltenham contest where he was highly touted to go well for Willie Mullins but at the first fence unseated his rider David Mullins making for a huge anti-climax.
He finished the season off smartly though, having not really getting a run out at Cheltenham he went to Aintree fit as a fiddle and romped to victory in the Betway Bowl to land his second Grade One of the season.
The Punchestown Gold Cup was his final race of the season and what a race it turned out to be with both of the Mullins runners battling it out to the finish and Kemboy seeing off his stablemate Al Boum Photo to take the race.
After a delay to his season due to having new owners he went straight to the Savills Chase over course and distance where he was a decent fourth just needing the run to get 100% fit.
Now with that under his belt he should have the stamina to see this trip out at a track he loves.