Karl ''The National Man'' Wales has forwarded his tips for the 2017 Grand National.
The Last Samuri is currently favourite for the Grand National.
This nine-year-old chestnut gelding is trained by Kim Bailey in the ownership of Paul & Clare Rooney. He is a lightly raced horse for his age and finished second last year, six lengths behind Rule The World.
Our National Man said: ''I seldom pick favourites for the National but this horse ticks so many boxes he's hard to ignore at 16-1.''
Highland Lodge loves these fences having gone well on his two most recent outings at Aintree. This eleven-year-old gelding is trained by Jimmy Moffatt for owner Bowes Lodge Stables.
Our pundit said: ''I'm worried about his stamina but 50-1 is tempting.'' (Now 25/1)
Paul Nicholls is no stranger to success in this race - Neptunes Collonges proved something of a shock winner in 2012 at odds of 33-1.
Nicholls is likely to have a number of horses heading to Aintree.
Just A Par may hold claims at 66-1. This ten-year-old gelding is an Irish-bred son of Island House in the ownership of Paul Barber and The Late C G Roach. Just A Par has stamina in abundance and ''my typical National horse''. (Now 50/1)
''He didn't have the best of races last year when finishing fifteenth and heavily eased. However, on his day he is a decent prospect.''
Every few years the National delivers a huge priced winner. Go back to 2009 - Mon Mome 100-1.
It is one of few races where punters can bet and have a chance of winning big! Did you know that 5 horses have won at odds of 100/1? The first being Tipperary Tim in 1928.
What does our man in the know have up his sleeve?
Wonderful Charm, trained by Paul Nicholls.
''If this nine-year-old bay gelding takes to the fences he could well hit the frame at 100-1.'' (Now 40/1)