11 April 2016 4.15pm
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Irish Grand National winner who has the assistance of AP McCoy on his final ride in the big race
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Won a big handicap at Kempton after the Grand national weights were announced so now effectively well handicapped
Double Cheltenham Festival winner, jumped really well here last year only findinf Pineau De Re too strong
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In excellent heart since switching to David Pipe and has previous from in this race
Very easy winner at Cheltenham; must have strong claims here
Woefully out of form
Stamina now confirmed after excellent recent win in National Hunt Chase at Cheltenham
Former Scottish National winner who has all the right credentials to run well at Aintree
Has had jumping issues in the past and has refused twice in his career but stayed on well to finish fourth last year
Stable fancy his chances but this may come one year too soon
The Bowen stable like to target races over the Aintree fences and this one is a former Scottish National winner
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Could try and boss this from the front and his excellent jumping should be a sight to see
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Loves this course and could be involved in the finish once again
Form has tailed off since promising novice year. Stable seem uncertain what his best distance is. Hard to fancy.
Similar profile to last year's winner
Excellent run in the Becher Chase. Must have a great chance here
Easy winner last year; must go close again
Has been laid out for this but poor stable form is a big concern
Nine pounds higher than when winning the Hennessy. Could be too high in the weights now
Former Becher Chase winner but stamina is doubtful for the full National trip
Put up a poor performance when defending the Gold Cup
In excellent form and has previously won over the Aintree fences
Fortunate to win the Badger Ales Chase on the disqualification of The Young Master. Not sure he is up to this class.
Could do with a change of luck in this race
Former Welsh National winner who used to be a hairy jumper but is starting to iron out jumping issues
Failed to complete on both previous attempts. Hard to be enthusiastic about his chances this time
Has twice completed the course in shorter races over the big fences
Dual recent winner but campaigned mostly at two and a half miles. Stamina to prove.
A true four mile horse but this could be flying a bit high
Some good form in Ireland this season and not many miles on the clock
Only one piece of worthwhile form in last two years but is slipping down the handicap
Didn't impress here in the Grand Sefton and looks to have plenty to find
Jumps well and should be up there for a long way
Loads of stamina but best on very soft ground
Quirky type who trainer suggests needs everything to go his way to perform well
Veteran who has jumped round Aintree twice before but will surely find this too big an ask
Comes here on the back of two very tough races and would need soft ground to be at his best
Very inexperienced for a race such as the Grand National
Looks to face a huge task on his first race in the UK. Ground, distance and the fences all look to be against him.