Go Another One pictured on his way to victory at Thurles in February© Photo Healy Racing
In-form trainer John McConnell sends just the one runner to Clonmel on a busy day elsewhere for his County Meath yard.
The Powerstown Park representative for Rockview Stables could hardly be a more important one though, as a star of the McConnell operation, Go Another One is launched over fences.
It is a County Tipperary venue again for Go Another One, after he hit a career high in the Grade Three Michael Purcell Memorial Novice Hurdle at Thurles in February.
The Stowaway gelding took fifth place in a Grade One behind Minella Indo at the Punchestown Festival last time. He also finished fourth at the highest level in bumper company at the same meeting back in 2017.
However, there are grounds for thinking that Go Another One will find his true vocation over the larger obstacles, and he gets the chance to prove as much in the Camida Beginners Chase.
As stable companions are doing battle at Market Rasen, Uttoxeter and the Curragh, Go Another One teams up with Sean Flanagan for the first time as he goes back in the direction of his career beginnings.
The now seven-year-old started off in point-to-points and indeed he displayed a degree of promise when second as a youngster at Dawstown in 2016.
He was competing for former amateur rider Colin Motherway at that stage and joined current connections for 45,000 pounds shortly afterwards - money that has turned out to be very well spent.
Gordon Elliott has three in opposition to Go Another One.
Paddy Merrigan rides Invincible Cave Davy Russell is aboard Western Honour and Brian Hayes is on Westland Row for the Cullentra House handler. Plan Of Attack Plinth and Smitty Bacall are other noteworthy participants.
Henry de Bromhead trains Plan Of Attack and he could start the evening on the right note with Exceeded Brief under Davy Russell in the maiden hurdle.
Meanwhile the Waterford trainer has another chance in the mares bumper with Boro Tari
This daughter of Gold Well races in the colours of the legendary Dawn Run. She improved last time to finish third at Cork and she might now benefit from the addition of a hood.