The quartet of championship victors at the 2021 Cheltenham Festival could be set for a quick turnaround across the Irish Sea later this month ahead of the Punchestown Festival.
Henry de Bromhead, who landed the Grand National on Saturday afternoon, may be represented by winning Prestbury Park trio Honeysuckle, Put The Kettle On and Minella Indo in County Kildare.
In her undefeated record to date, the reigning Champion Hurdler Honeysuckle has yet to race at Punchestown.
Champion Chase queen Put The Kettle On finished third at the track over hurdles back in May 2019, while Minella Indo won a Grade 1 over timber here at the same fixture.
Meanwhile, Gavin Cromwell’s star staying-hurdler Flooring Porter is also in contention to return to the course again following his demolition on day three of the March showpiece last month.
Ryanair hero Allaho, whose Gloucestershire form was franked by Fakir D’oudairies on Merseyside last week, holds two entries for Willie Mullins, who was leading trainer at Cheltenham for the third year in a row.
For the full list of early entries, head over to Horse Racing Ireland.