King D'Argent was a progressive chaser last season and could have even more to offer - get Timeform's selections for the card here.
"...he could take some stopping around here if allowed to dictate matters..."
Timeform on King D'Argent
NAP: King D'Argent is too classy
King D'Argent, who was highly progressive over fences last season, looks very interesting on his return to action. He won three times in all and really impressed with how quick he was at his fences. Dan Skelton is among the winners of late and he could take some stopping around here if allowed to dictate matters.
NEXT BEST: Do Not Disturb can make all
Do Not Disturb remains relatively lightly raced for an eight-year-old and is making up into a likeable chaser, winning both of his starts at this course so far this season. He has made all on each occasion and this course and distance winner has a strong chance of again getting an easy lead in this small field. He can defy another rise in the weights following a short break.
EACH WAY: Take a chance on Gemologist
Gemologist is a long-standing maiden so isn't one to go overboard with, but she has plenty of solid efforts over hurdles to her name, finishing runner-up four time. She produced a rare below-par effort when last seen at Musselburgh in March, but she has gone well fresh in the past, and has a career-low mark to exploit now.