The Solerina Mares Novice Hurdle provides the highlight at Fairyhouse on Saturday.

Morning Run is undefeated after landing three bumpers and two hurdle races for champion trainer Willie Mullins and arrives with a lofty reputation.

Her most recent victory at Down Royal in October saw her demolish her rivals, including the reopposing Carrigmoorna Rock, with consummate ease and further improvement should be on the cards.

Carrigmoorna Rock has been a revelation since suffering that defeat, having won two competitive events in good style, including a Grade Three event at Leopardstown over Christmas.

Robert Tyner's mare has match fitness on her side, and if she continues her improvement this could be a memorable renewal of the feature.

The boylesign Rated Chase looks a cracking opener at 12.50, with the returning Los Amigos an intriguing contender.

Jim Dreaper's gelding has only been seen once since finishing a six-length runner-up in the Thyestes at Gowran Park in January 2014.

His most recent outing when third in the Leinster National back in March underlined his fencing ability and he could prove tough to stop if arriving on song.

The Thistle Cheltenham Hotel Novice Handicap Hurdle looks a tricky puzzle to solve later on the card.

Jumptoconclusions appears to have been brought to life by blinkers in recent starts and it wouldn't be a huge surprise to see him continue his excellent run of form.

Course and distance winner Missyspet heads some pretty strong opposition and arrives with her confidence buoyed by a first success over timber.

The Online Discounts @fairyhouse.ie Maiden Hurdle has a couple of exciting prospects in the line-up.

Dermot Weld fields Zafayan - an 89-rated horse on the Flat - who improved for his hurdling bow when second at Thurles.

Hostile Fire also looks a big player as he has finished runner-up on his two starts over hurdles.