This race has been ran just five times so far, but already looks to be a good addition to the Cheltenham Festival.
The contest gives those who bet on Cheltenham something slightly different to look forward to.
One trainer has dominated things so far, and that is Willie Mullins from Ireland.
He’s won every running so far, and has had the first and second for the past two seasons.
Can Mullins do it again or will someone else come and take his crown?
Willie Mullins knows how to train mares, and the horse in his yard that sticks out is Hook Up.
She has experience coming here, and ran in a big field contest last year, this year she has shown a high level of form.
Perhaps her best run so far was the one last time out when she was seven lengths behind Appreciate It, favourite for the Supreme.
This race is not as strong as that, and despite defeat that day, it could be the best piece of form we have on offer.
Royal Kahala has beaten the selection already this season, but disappointed last time out, and Hook Up may not quite have been ready when facing her, so don’t be surprised to see the form turned around.
Royal Kahala leads the betting for this race with Hook Up, they are join 5/1 favourites. In behind, is at 11/2 so there is not much to choose here between the front three in the betting, all of which represent Ireland.
Gauloise at 8/1 and The Glancing Queen at 9/1 round off the main contenders, with the rest of the field being seen as outsiders in the race.
This is a race that Ireland has dominated and if you take a look at the current betting, it appears as though they will win the race again.
*Odds correct at time of writing