Grade One winners Galvin and Coflated are the joint top weights for the Randox Grand National at Aintree on 9th April.
Almost exactly half the 107 entries for the race are Irish trained, but we won’t get a clear picture of who is likely to run until after next month’s Cheltenham Festival.
Willie Mullins has his usual strong squad headed by last year’s fourth-placed Burrows Saint.
He’s got an eye on some of the horses that he feels could go well this year.
“You know three or four possibly and Burrows Saint is the stand-out one, On The Ropes has a good chance and after that then it’s going to be tougher,” said Willie.
“At this stage, the Bobby Joe will probably be the favorite race for most of them” he added.