Alan Fleming’s previous Festival winner Tully East makes major appeal for the Brown Advisory Plate (4.10) on day three.

The eight-year-old loves it round Prestbury Park, finishing fourth in the 2016 Martin Pipe before bolting up in last season’s renewal of the Close Brothers Novice Chase, halving in price from 16s to 8s on the day and always travelling like the winner under Denis O’Regan.

Tully East travelled well for a long way in the BetVictor Gold Cup Handicap Chase back at Cheltenham in November on unsuitably rain-softened ground which was bordering on heavy, and subsequently produced an eye-catching run into third at the Dublin Racing Festival in the Coral Sandyford Handicap Chase over a trip shorter than his optimum, making headway two out but ultimately well beaten by Patricks Park.

Willie Mullins’ winner that day is worth a saver here at 11-1 in the NRNB markets as he’d surely have a huge chance if getting a run, but that is far from assured, given he needs a further 23 runners to come out to get in.

Tully East will have no such problem off a revised mark of 148 and there is still plenty of juice in the 8-1 available. Expect Fleming’s course specialist to go off a fair bit shorter, unless Patricks Park makes it in, in which case back the pair of them and hope for a repeat from Leopardstown.

Laurina is a short price to land the Trull House Mares' Novices' Hurdle (4.50) but there's good reason for that and she looks the banker on the card.

Laurina is bidding to follow Limini and Let’s Dance in becoming the third Willie Mullins’ trained winner of this race since it’s inception into the Festival in 2016.

The five-year-old went under the radar at the start of the season, winning a fairly uncompetitive maiden at Tramore as she liked at odds of 1-4, but the way he travelled powerfully, jumped slickly and quickened clear was very likeable on heavy ground.

Still available at around 12-1 before her run against a competitive-looking field at Fairyhouse at the end of January, she blew away her rivals in highly impressive fashion, including literally brushing Alterix out of the way at one stage, who has since gone on to win at the Dublin Racing Festival.

The yard have been talking up her chances on the preview circuit and she looks unopposable here, albeit at a skinny 4/5. Maria's Benefit is the only credible opposition this side of the Irish Sea, but she put in her worst performance to-date at last year's Aintree Festival, and it could be that she is suited to smaller fields and smaller crowds. If you want a saver, wait until you've seen her in the preliminaries.

1.30: Invitation Only

2.10: Kansas City Chief

2.50: Un De Sceaux

3.30: Bacardys

4.10: Tully East (nb)

4.50: Laurina (nap)

5.30: Mall Dini