This weekend sees some superb racing with flat racing from Newbury catching the eye, but for jumps fans Ayr host the Scottish Grand National and we have a decent priced each way shout for the big race.
Our selection is the Paul Nicholls trained Soldier Love, who has not been seen since November and has potentially been saved for a crack at this event.
The Ditcheat handler is always worth taking note of in this race having landed two of the last four renewals and with Sean Bowen already booked to ride this eight year old, we don't believe the 14/1 will be around on Sunday.
The son of Yeats was used through the summer last year making his seasonal debut at Bangor in July and getting off the mark in fine style.
Off the back of that run he went on to win three more races making it four in a row, with chase victories at Newton Abbot all on good ground over staying trips.
He was then taken to Cheltenham in October and finished a good runner up behind National Hunt Chase winner at the festival Galvin.
However, Soldier Of Love was last seen being pulled up at Prestbury Park in November behind The Big Breakaway who was a good winner of the event.
Having not been seen since then it looks as though Nicholls has kept his mark down for this race and with good ground being key to this horse he could have a huge chance.
The step up in trip to the National distance could bring big improvement with him already proving he is a good stayer at 3m2f and at 14/1 he looks a solid each way player if raring to go.