The feature race of the entire day is the Betfair Chase, the first leg of the Jumps Triple Crown, and what a race it is set to be.
A five-strong field go to post, and despite selecting Gold Cup winner Native River beforehand, the change in ground conditions, means we have swayed towards the runner-up from that race, Might Bite - who is out to see revenge on his counterpart.
Might Bite was outstayed by Colin Tizzard's 8yo in the Cheltenham feature, but showed what he is all about when shaking off those nerves in the Betway Bowl at Aintree latest.
The King George winner is expected to now turn the tables, with the good ground now swinging his way.
It looks a stunning renewal, and it is going to be a classic.