Brampour is one of three co-favourites with Coral for the JCB Triumph Hurdle, ahead of his hurdling debut at Kempton tomorrow.
Stablemate Sam Winner and recent Chepstow scorer Marsh Warbler are the other market leaders, while others engaged at Kempton include A Media Luz and Kazzene.
"Having been backed into favouritism for the Triumph Hurdle without jumping an obstacle in public, plenty of punters will be keen for Brampour to get off to a winning start at Kempton," Coral's David Stevens explained to Cheltenhampro.
Meanwhile Paul Nicholls has been looking to cool the hype surrounding Brampour and explained: "Brampour has got hyped around a bit.
"I have five or six like him from the Flat and, ultimately, it does not matter what they have done at home, they have to do it on the racetrack. Watergate was a good example last year.
"We thought he was all right but he ended up rated 90 and can't win a beginners' chase."