The feature race of the day is the Grade One John Durkan Memorial Chase and two and a half miles and Presenting Percy is back for his seasonal return.
Last season Pat Kelly's gelding was primed for a huge run in Cheltenham's feature contest of the year but throughout the season his stable star was only given one run in preparation which proved to be to the detriment of the horse.
He raced at Gowran in a hurdle contest and although winning nicely it became evident that with the horse not jumping a fence on his way up to the festival put him at an disadvantage and ultimately was the reason why he never ran his race and saw him finishing eighth.
The season before saw the Phillip Reynolds owned horse land the RSA Chase at the festival by a huge distance and looking like a potential Gold Cup horse, but last season it was not to be.
The owner subsequently revealed his pride and joy was suffering from a back problem and had bone bruising but he is pleased to report Presenting Percy is in fine form once again ahead of his return on Sunday.