The PWC Champion Chase is the pick of the action at Gowran Park on Saturday.

Sizing Europe - a four-time winner - has monopolised the feature race in recent years but his retirement could open the door for the progressive five-year-old Clarcam.

Gordon Elliott's charge seemingly relished the step up to 2m4f when landing a Grade 1 novice chase at Aintree in April, and this could be the first of some competitive assignments for him this term.

Jockey Bryan Cooper partners Clarcam, choosing it ahead of Devils Bride, Gigginstown Stud’s other entry in the feature race.

Rival Texas Jack seemed to rediscover some sparkle when trailing Devil's Bride in first-time blinkers at Listowel.

Noel Meade's charge enjoys a swing in the weights with his conqueror and it will be interesting to see how that pair fare against each other on these terms.

Texas Jack was second to Champagne Fever in a similar contest over the track and trip back in February and will have a new partner when he lines up under Sean Flanagan.

Henry de Bromhead will be hoping Galway Plate winner Shanahan’s Turn, carrying the same colours as Sizing Europe, can maintain his recent record in the race.

Jockey Jonathan Burke, who steered the former stable star to his final success in this race last year, partner's Shanahan's Turn.

A winner over timber at this meeting two years back, Cailin Annamh flies the flag for the fairer sex, under Barry Geraghty for Jessica Harrington.

The Kilkenny Racing Festival Handicap Hurdle is a tricky puzzle to solve but Guess Again certainly appears well treated on his return to hurdles.

Tony Martin's gelding has relatively few miles on the clock for his age and wasn't beaten by far in the ultra-competitive bet365 Gold Cup Chase at Sandown in April.

The son of Milan races from a considerably lower mark over timber and is clearly one to note for a shrewd handler.

The Doorman is an interesting player in the Byrne Marquess Handicap Chase after a couple of narrow defeats earlier in the year.

Barry Geraghty partners the horse for the first time and that rider also looks to have a fair chance in the Rooftop Racing Packages At Gowran Park Maiden Hurdle.

Geraghty rides the Jessica Harrington-trained Weather Watch, who has his second start over hurdles after an encouraging performance at Navan in September.

Jessica Harrington has another live contender in the opening Golf Memberships 2016 From €600 3-Y-O Hurdle at 2.20.

Her challenger Lake Champlain sports a hood for the first time after finishing third at Listowel, and could be tough to stop if rediscovering the form that saw him score at Down Royal in August.