HeyhoeStyle De Garde grabbed the headlines when scoring on his British debut in December, and looks the right type to land the 3.00 at Huntingdon on Friday for trainer, Nicky Henderson.

The latter has a potent team of juvenile hurdlers to plot a sustained assault on the big juvenile prizes at the spring festivals and Style De Garde ranks among the top two or three in the juvenile pecking order at Seven Barrows. He won with plenty in hand at Newbury last time and should prove too strong for main rival Gumball, who will need to jump better than he managed when well beaten in a similar grade at Cheltenham in November.