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Recent run confirmed well being. If stays on feet will contest the finish
Some good pieces of form and 4th in national last year so definitely one for the shortlist
Stamina proven and well weighted, will have every chance if there at the end
Previous Gold Cup winner and 2nd in Argento chase suggest he retains ability
Has the class, stamina and jumping ability to cause an upset at Aintree if in the right frame of mind
Big race winner at Ascot, 2013 purchase by J P Mcmanus for go at winning National
Loves Aintree and open to improvement. Respectable chance of an upset
Given good ground there is every reason to suggest he could play a major part
Front runner who revels in the mud. Beat leading fancy Cappa Bleu in November. Dont dismiss.
Lost by a nose last year, likely to be further away at the finish this time
Well fancied, recent hurdle performances suggest will be there or thereabouts
Heavily backed for welsh national when finishing 2nd, poor form latest though.
2nd in Beecher Chase and stays all day. If its a test of stamina could come out on top
Probably missed his chance last year. More weight and better field. Place at best.
Well weighted and heavily backed antepost. Has chances but odds to small now
A useful performer in the mud who given the right conditions is worthy of consideration
Plenty to like about this individual but may not have enough in this company
Decent run latest but unlikely to repeat that showing here.
4 time course winner who tackles the big fences for the first time. Age may get the better of him.
First season novice chaser who has shown some decent form. Trends suggest has work cut out here.
Front runner who will relish the fences, poor form of late though
Solid national performer, but age likely to get the better of him
Won the national in 2011, 6th last year. Weighted for another decent run.
In good form this season but needs good ground to see the best of him
Won good race at Ascot so has potential for an upset. Poor form since a negative
Won Irish Grand National in 2012 at long odds. Will be long odds again for unlikely upset
Not the easiest horse to deal with, has staying power and weighted well
Will likely complete again but less likely to win than before as a 12 year old
Class horse 3 years ago but not much of a force nowadays. Scratch this one.
Recent return from long layoff promising. Hard to make to strong a case though
Some top class form, given right conditons could be a contender
Most famous for being owned by Alex Ferguson. Has some form but unreliable.
Loves marathon distances so bit of a surprise did not run well at Aintree last time out
Injury prone but top class on its day. A lot taken on trust if backing this one
2nd in 2011, highly unlikely to be that close to the winner at the finish this year
Did not like ground in recent run, needs to improve again
Not appeared since falling here last year. Unlikely to feature
Weight, jumping and absence all negatives but undoubted potential
Group one winner this season who has disappointed since. Very little hope.
50/1 for this race last year when falling and will be even bigger than this. Unlikely
Just beaten in 2012 Scottish National. Each way chances at best in this one.
Not completed twice before, poor form this season easily dismissed
Bought down in last years race, needs to improve massively to win
Outsider in the race last year and no reason to think any different this