Smart prospect Captain Arceus can add a valuable Punchestown prize to his tally in the opening Follow Us On Twitter and Facebook Hurdle on Wednesday.
Dessie Hughes' inmate advertised his ability when landing a decent event at Fairyhouse in April and was considered a big contender for the Galway Hurdle until the elements forced him out of the equation.
Connections must have been rueing their luck when they saw him score in better conditions at Ballybrit a few weeks later, but he can go some way to banishing thoughts of what might have been with a success here.
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J P Broderick's charge followed up a Roscommon success with a creditable fourth to subsequent Munster National runner-up Spring Heeled and is potentially unexposed.
He will have to hold off former Champion Hurdle runner-up Osana, who returns from over a year off.
Another making his reappearance is winning pointer Bonisland, who went well over hurdles last year, including when third in a competitive Navan Grade Two, and makes most appeal of the quartet going to post for the Panoramic Restaurant 49 Euro Raceday Hospitality Beginners Chase.
Gigginstown House Stud also has a big player in the Go Racing In Kildare 3-Y-O Maiden Hurdle with Clarcam, who pulled 18 lengths clear of the third horse when finishing runner-up at Ballinrobe on his first start, and is fancied to go one better second time around.
The Job Is Right can allay fears over his jumping in the 10 Euro Admission All Non Festival Racedays Maiden Hurdle.
Michael Hourigan's challenger looked the winner at Listowel before blundering at the last but is worth another try after Indevan, who he was three and three-quarter lengths behind two starts ago, scored in a competitive event at Limerick on Sunday.