11 April 2016 4.15pm
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Nine pounds higher than when winning the Hennessy. Could be too high in the weights now
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Looks to have plenty to find to play a part here
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Dour stayer but could need more experience
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Very easy winner at Cheltenham; must have strong claims here
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Excellent run in the Becher Chase. Must have a great chance here
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Woefully out of form
Irish Grand National winner who has the assistance of AP McCoy on his final ride in the big race
Really starting to click now after taking a while to get used to English fences
Easy winner two years ago
Won a big handicap at Kempton after the Grand national weights were announced so now effectively well handicapped
Would seem to need really soft ground to be at his best
Similar profile to last year's winner
Needs quite a few runners to come out to get a run but would have a great chance if making the race
Former Welsh National winner who used to be a hairy jumper but is starting to iron out jumping issues
Has had jumping issues in the past and has refused twice in his career but stayed on well to finish fourth here in each of the last two years
Won the four mile National Hunt Chase at last year's Cheltenham Festival
In excellent heart since switching to David Pipe and has previous from in this race
One of the best steeplechasers of recent years - will we see him win a Grand National?
Former Scottish National winner who has all the right credentials to run well at Aintree
Trainer won the Grand National in 2006 with Numbersixvalverde
Lots of classy placed form but doesn't win very often
Disappointed in the Gold Cup but was in great form before that run. Can he bounce back?
Stable fancy his chances but this may come one year too soon
Duke Of Luuca's jumping seems to be becoming more and more ragged and despite the softening of the Aintree fences he looks a risky proposition
Didn't impress here in the Grand Sefton and looks to have plenty to find