Argocat bids to regain the winning thread when he has his sights lowered in the Follow Punchestown On Facebook Chase.

Tom Taaffe's triple Grade Two winner made an encouraging return to the larger obstacles when chasing home Felix Yonger at that level in March before contesting a hot Listed race at Sandown, and he looks set for a fascinating battle with Baily Green.

The latter got within half a length of Felix Yonger in the Champion Chase at the Festival here in April and steps into unknown territory with regards to trip in this contest over two miles and six furlongs.

The Gordon Elliott-trained Make A Track defied top weight in a Down Royal handicap last month but has a bit to find with the principals on official ratings.

Elliott has a good chance in the richest race of the evening when Seeyouallincoppers lines up in the Punchestown Handicap Hurdle.

The five-year-old arrives on the back of three good efforts in defeat - including when making the frame here at the Festival - and looks well treated off bottom weight in this valuable contest.

Towards the opposite end of the weights, Eight Till Late bids to defy a 7lb rise for his Limerick success, while course winner Mrs Mac Veale has been knocking on the door.

Elliott will be hoping the burden of top weight doesn't prove too much for Riverside City in the Punchestown For Events Handicap Chase.

Nicky Henderson sends over French Opera from his Lambourn base to contest the 15 Admission Rated Chase, which kicks things off at 6pm.

A terrific servant over the years, he split a couple of subsequent winners when going agonisingly close to a first triumph for nearly four years in a Grade Two at Cheltenham last time out.

Tom Mullins won the Panoramic Restaurant Mares Maiden Hurdle 12 months ago and bids to repeat the dose with Turtle Power, while there is sure to be plenty of interest in De Name Escapes Me in the Festival Dreams Begin In Ireland With Irish Thoroughbred Marketing Maiden Hurdle following his impressive bumper success.