The first race of the day on ITV sees a Maiden Hurdle over a staying trip and the horse that catches the eye is the Philip Hobbs trained Everglow.
The five year old does not seem to be taking on too much class in this field and off the back of his four runs to date he has offered the best form.
Although not quite managing to break his duck yet, he put in some smart performances in bumpers last year running in behind recent Cheltenham winner Make Me a Believer and also Israel Champ for the same handler David Pipe.
Hobbs sent him over hurdles this term and he was shoved straight into the Grade Two Persian War Novices' Hurdle where he needed the run.
Since then he has improved a massive amount to finish second last time out in a hot Maiden Hurdle behind Star Gate who looks to be a star in the making.