Cosmic Wonder goes in pursuit of instant success over fences at Downpatrick on Wednesday, providing the meeting passes a precautionary inspection at 8am.
While the track is currently raceable, in light of the current spell of wet weather, officials feel it prudent to check conditions.
Horse Racing Ireland tweeted: "Downpatrick to hold 8am precautionary inspection ahead of Wednesday fixture. Track currently raceable, ground soft to heavy."
The Gordon Elliott-trained Cosmic Wonder showed a decent level of form over hurdles, but had been winless from four starts until he was sent to Perth last month.
The six-year-old jumped well from the outset in Scotland and was driven out for a comprehensive two-length defeat of Emrani. Elliott's inmate always had the look of a chaser, however, and he gets to put his likeable profile to the test in what looks quite a winnable affair for the prize-money. Paul Carberry takes the mount for the first time.
Perhaps his biggest danger could be the Eoin Doyle-trained Days Ahead, who made an accomplished chasing bow at Killarney at the end of August.
Nothing was finishing quicker than the five-year-old on that occasion, which suggests this two-mile-seven-furlong trip could be just the ticket.
A New Day was spotted making late progress at Galway a few weeks ago and should not be discounted, either.
The rest have plenty to prove, including the Willie Mullins-trained Bundle Of Fun, whose last two efforts have left a lot to be desired.