Punchestown have called a precautionary inspection for 8am ahead of their Wednesday fixture due to an adverse overnight weather forecast.
The course is reported to be raceable at the moment, with the ground described as heavy.
The eight-race card is due to start at 1.10pm with a cross-country event, followed by the Follow Us On Facebook Novice Chase, which features Bob Lingo.
The Tom Mullins-trained nine-year-old opened his account over fences with a bloodless success at Fairyhouse on New Year's Day and had the option of running in next Saturday's rearranged Dr PJ Moriarty Novice Chase at Leopardstown.
"We had him in the Moriarty but we have decided to let him go to Punchestown. We're just hoping all the rain doesn't arrive," said Mullins.
"He couldn't have done any more than he did at Fairyhouse the last day. He was good and he seemed to be fresh enough at the line.
"He's taken a while to get fit this season but I think once we got him right, he showed what he can do at Fairyhouse. He seems in good order at the moment and we'd be hopeful of another good run."
Bob Lingo holds an entry in the RSA Chase at the Cheltenham Festival and Mullins says he will have another run if he is to travel to Prestbury Park.
"If all went well, then we might think about Cheltenham, but I think we'd have to run him left-handed somewhere before venturing across the water," the trainer added.