4 in John Durkan contention
Sir Des Champs
(Healy Racing Photos)
The former, who is trained by Peter Casey, will be chasing a seventh consecutive victory, with two Grade One victories bagged last term.
The Willie Mullins-trained Sir Des Champs is a leading fancy for the Cheltenham Gold Cup but will be having his first start since his Grade One win at Punchestown in April.
Rubi Light will be back to defend his title for Robbie Hennessy, while Bog Warrior provides a second string for Gigginstown House Stud, the owners of Sir Des Champs.
Cirrus Des Aigles will not run in the Longines Hong Kong Cup at Sha Tin on Sunday after suffering a setback.