The first of our each way shouts in the Grand National is the Tom Lacey trained Kimberlite Candy, who is a stout stayer that has been primed for this race all season and at 16/1 we think he has a big each way squeak.
The nine year old heads into the event off a mark of 153 which sees him getting a workable weight against some of the better horses in the contest.
The gelding has been highly consistent over staying trips during his career and having been really lightly raced over the last years it seems as though a got at this race has been in the offing for some time.
Back in December 2019 he headed to Aintree for the first time in his career in the Grade Three Becher Chase over the National horses and was a superb second of 18 behind Walk In The Mill.
From there, in January 2020 he headed to Warwick for his final run of that season when winning the Grade Three Classic Handicap Chase over 3m5f by 10 lengths.
He was probably being aimed at last year's Grand National, but with it being postponed the team turned their attention to this seasons renewal.
With that in mind he has only been seen once to keep fresh and once again he was a good second in the Becher Chase in December, finishing in behind the veteran Vieux Lion Rouge.
Having only three runs in the last two seasons should see him fresher than most for this event and at 16/1 he looks a big player for JP McManus, being a proven stayer and jumper of these fences.