IN SUMMARY: Despite hanging badly left in the closing stages, Kilbricken Storm showed a smart turn of foot to win a Grade 2 at Cheltenham on his latest start. He drops back in trip here but that is of little concern as the heavy ground will turn this into a slog which will draw out his stamina. He holds leading claims but preference is for the completely unexposed WAY BACK THEN, who is unbeaten under rules after winning his hurdling debut at Kempton last month. The form of that race looks solid and he did it well, always holding his rival when pressed late on. This stamina test should bring out the best in him and he is touted to improve past his rivals.