Willie Mullins has no plans to descend upon Aintree next week with an army of horses.
The County Carlow handler was last season well represented at the three-day meeting as he was embroiled with Paul Nicholls in a fascinating clash for the British trainers' title.
But Mullins told the Irish Independent: "I normally don't have a big team at Aintree.
"Last year we were (going for the trainers' title) but this year we are reverting to normal.
"We could have a bumper horse and possibly something in the Aintree Hurdle.
"I imagine the juveniles will be kept for Punchestown."
He said: "They have come out of the Festival very well.
"Also Annie Power could run at Punchestown. We step up work in the next couple of weeks.
The seven-year-old is unbeaten in three tries over fences and is already as low as 6/1 about winning the Gold Cup next March.
His trainer said: "Yorkhill is settling and he is jumping.
"That he can jump around Cheltenham and that his pedigree is a real old-fashioned chasing, one would tell me the progression would be the Gold Cup on that performance.
"He's learning and maturing. This time next year he could be that (Gold Cup) direction."
Anita Chambers' nap runs in the Sky Bet Windsor Sprint Series Handicap at the Thameside venue. She has a tip for every race.
Adrian Keatley has a fine record when he brings his horses over to Ayr and Ben Linfoot expects that to continue on Monday.
The second day of the Tom O'Ryan Memorial Tipping Challenge proved tough with only Mark Johnston getting on the board.