Barry Geraghty has yet to decide which horse he will ride in the John Smith's Grand National on Saturday week.
Geraghty is much sought-after for the four-and-a-half-mile marathon at Aintree and has a couple of irons in the fire according to his agent Ciaran O'Toole.
However, the 26-year-old jockey will weigh up his options before committing to a partner early next week.
There's nothing definite arranged as of yet with Barry and the National, said O'Toole.
He has the option of a few horses but will not make his mind up until closer to the time. He will definitely be riding in the National though.
Geraghty won the Aintree feature aboard Monty's Pass in 2003 and rode the same horse in the last two renewals of the great race - finishing fourth in 2004, and 16th behind Hedgehunter last year.