Coole River among Dan Moore 13
Coole River pictured on his way to victory at Navan in 2010
(Healy Racing Photos)
It would be a return home for the gelding, who was transferred to Lavelle's Hampshire yard from Jessica Harrington this season by his owners, having won a pair of Graded novice hurdles at Leopardstown and Navan back in 2010.
Second at Wincanton on his first try over fences after a huge layoff, Coole River was then a distant third at Kempton last month.
"I think there's a chance he will go over," said Lavelle. "He is also in at Wincanton on Thursday, although there must be a doubt about whether the meeting is on. I need to have a good look at the entries but I thought two miles and one at Fairyhouse would suit.
"It was a bit of a non-event last time as he and Valmari cut each other's throats in front, and I'd like to try dropping him back."
Among Coole River's 12 possible rivals are last year's County Hurdle winner Alderwood, who is starting to get his act together over fences, and Willie Mullins pair Lambro and Quiscover Fontaine.
Tom Mullins has two entries in Fosters Cross and the progressive Klepht while the Tony Martin trained Pires is another notable entry.
Progressive chaser Rich Revival could have the rest of his season geared around the Ladbrokes Irish Grand National at Fairyhouse over Easter.