Two tips in the day's other Grade One - the Alanna Homes Champion Novice Hurdle, of which we have selected City Island as a win bet, and Dommage Pour Toi in the each-way market.
City Island was the master winner of the Ballymore Novices Hurdle at Cheltenham, making it five wins from five since finishing second in a bumper at this meeting twelve months ago.
The form of the race has been boosted with Champ's win at Aintree, and he really pulled away in style at Prestbury Park under this jockey who knows him so well.
Will look to track the leaders once again, and play his hand late. Classy individual who will take all the beating, whereas Dommage Pour Toi is not one to rule out at a bigger price.
Form figures prove his progression, finishing third on debut in a maiden, second at Leopardstown in March by a nose before finally prevailing in a Grade Two last time out at Fairyhouse.
He beat a horse of Emmet Mullins' called Zero Ten who was successful earlier in the week at this meeting, and Castlebawn West who ran with great credit in Grade One company before fading late in the three-mile novice hurdle final.
Really useful form going into this, and Rachael Blackmore must be sniffing at the bit to notch up another big race winner.