Tomorrow's Cheltenham Festival talk is all about the battle between Big Bucks and Annie Power.
They're facing off against each other in the 3:20 World Hurdle, and the argument is over whether Big Bucks can take the race for the fifth time.
Big Bucks is a great horse, and won eighteen hurdles in a row, including his four victories in this race.
He ran to third his last time out, after a fourteen month break due to injury, but the question remains: was that an excellent first run out for a horse coming back to the height of his powers? Or was it the peak of performance from a former great who will never again be as good as we all know he once was?
He's now an elder statesman among the runners, and this may well be his last chance to take a fifth victory. He's not quite the favourite but he seems to be the horse most people want to win.
His odds vary, but if you head over to Coral you can still pick him up at 4/1.
Annie Power is indisputably the favourite in the odds, and it's certain that she can give an in-form Big Bucks a run for his money.
Her form is exceptional, leaving only the question of stamina. Evidence suggests she has always had something in the bag, and although our hearts say Big Bucks will take his fifth win, our heads find it hard to look beyond a trip to William Hill to take Annie Power at 6/4.
As ever, we're going to look a bit further down the field to pick out an each way bet for you. In this race, we'd take Salubrious.
His form shows he's always there or thereabouts, and he goes well over distance and in good to soft conditions.
Head over to Paddy Power and you can get him at 25/1 for the win, or 25/4 for a place.