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"It's a classy Grand National", McCoy said.
The Irishman will be bidding to become the first jockey to win three consecutive Nationals when he competes in the 169th running of the steeplechase on Saturday, April 9.
To qualify for the Grand National a horse must be at least seven years old and have proven itself over fences, this includes being placed in the first four in a Steeple Chase of just under three miles or further.
"The on-pack offer represents yet another major investment for Halewood International".
Just type the words "Many Clouds' into YouTube and spend ten minutes watching the JockeyCam footage and you'll get an idea of just how straightforward victory in the world's most famous horserace was for Leighton Aspell and his most willing of partners".
More often than not, their winning exertions appear to take a toll, but Many Clouds on the surface seems to be in as good if not better form than he was this time last season.
The race gets underway at the later time of 5.15pm, live on Channel 4. It was a question of just having the courage to go and make that decision.
Williams is expected to have two runners - 66/1 shot Katenko and Aachen, who is priced at 100/1. "We didn't school over the National fences last year hence why we're not this year".
"It was always my dad's ambition to run the National and I am delighted to run it for him". To say you've rode in, never mind won the Grand National is an unbelievable achievement.
Middleham-based jockey Henry Brooke has been booked to ride the James Moffatt-trained Highland Lodge but he is 45th on the list and needs horses above him to come out of the race to get a run.
The rest of the meeting looks set to be dominated by Willie Mullins, who has his sights set on Nicholls' British trainers' title and will nearly certainly win it unless Nicholls bags the National.
Douvan, who has a choice of targets on Thursday or Saturday, and Annie Power should face straightforward Grade 1 tasks, but if you want a value bet on the opening day perhaps Marasonnien can land the Crabbie's Fox Hunters' for Mullins.
A previous victor of the RSA Chase at the Cheltenham Festival the horse was a far from disgraced seventh to Don Cossack in last month's Gold Cup but will have to carry 11st 1lb in the marathon.
A Many Clouds victory would also mean a fourth National triumph for owner Trevor Hemmings, making him the most successful owner in the history of the race.