We have a competitive novice hurdle to kick us off and Nicky Henderson's promising Chantry House is likely to be in warm order.
He put this up along with Shishkin as his two star juveniles for the season and both have looked potential superstars.
Chantry House has been beating all the right horses in the build up to this, defeating Edwardstone & Shan Blue by 3l+ when landing a Warwick bumper before getting the better of Stolen Silver on hurdling debut, who has since followed up in a graded event.
The forecasted conditions mean he will be facing a sounder surface than previously but he should have the class edge.
At a bigger price L'air Du Vent cannot be underestimated. We are hoping the bookies write him off after a lacklustre display at Cheltenham as this gelding still has a big future and will relish the good ground. He looks like he will be a better chaser but his yard don't win many bumpers and he bolted up in one last April.