There were no withdrawals at the 48-hour declaration stage for the Crabbie's Grand National, with Lord Windermere at the head of the weights at Aintree on Saturday.
Trained by Jim Culloty, who was victorious in the race as a jockey aboard Bindaree in 2002, Lord Windermere won the Gold Cup last year but was pulled up in defence of his crown last month.
Culloty also runs Spring Heeled, also a winner at the Cheltenham Festival last season.
In what could be his final ever ride, Tony McCoy partners Jonjo O'Neill's Shutthefrontdoor.
McCoy has mooted the possibility he would retire on the spot if he won a second National.
Paul Nicholls fields a strong team as he aims to add to what has already been an incredible run of big-race successes this term.
Rocky Creek, fifth last year, Unioniste, Mon Parrain and Rebel Rebellion form Nicholls' team.
Last year's winner Pineau De Re will be joined by his Dr Richard Newland-trained stablemate Royale Knight, who takes the final place in the field.
Second 12 months ago was Balthazar King, trained by Philip Hobbs, who also runs Chance Du Roy and Gas Line Boy.
Alvarado, fourth last year, Al Co and Godsmejudge, the last two winners of the Scottish Grand National, and Cheltenham Festival scorers The Druids Nephew and Cause Of Causes are other leading fancies.
Baileys Concerto, Duke Of Lucca, Raz De Maree and The Package are the respective four reserves needing a late withdrawal before Friday's 9am deadline.