HIGH-CLASS six-year-old Frodon heads a high discipline of 20 for the BetVictor Gold Cup.
The Paul Nicholls-trained chaser returned with a bang to win the Previous Roan Chase at Aintree final month.
He’ll shoulder 11st 12lb below Bryony Frost and is rated a 16-1 probability with the bookies.
The market is headed by Mister Whitaker (11-2) and Slightly Be (Four-1), who completed first and second on the Cheltenham Competition in March.
David Pipe runs each King’s Socks (10-1) and Eamon An Cnoic (33-1), with the previous well-supported within the betting having had a wind op since his final run.
His jockey Tom Scudamore mentioned: “King’s Socks has had an interrupted time since he got here to England.
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“He ran very nicely on the Cheltenham Competition final 12 months when he was fifth. He travelled very nicely for a good distance. He appears in good order at dwelling.
“David has received an amazing document within the race, as has the Pipe household.
“I’ve sat on each Eamon An Cnoic and King’s Socks – schooled them each. They appear in actually good order.
“We’re very proud of the place we’re with them, and I actually would not put anybody off both of them.”
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Smart seven-year-old Kalondra (13-2) is another likely contender in the £160,000 feature.
Gary Moore holds a strong hand with Baron Alco (10-1) and Benatar (12-1).
Others in the mix include last year’s winner Splash Of Ginge (33-1) and former Champion Bumper hero Ballyandy (18-1).