The Grand National: How do you pick a winner?
All this week Clare Balding is preparing us for the world's greatest steeplechase, The Grand National.
Running since 1839, Clare has been exploring the history of the 'National' - it has produced sensational stories and characters such as three times winner Red Rum. The mighty Aintree fences provide a huge amount of drama for spectators. While for the runners and riders just finishing the course is a major achievement.
For enthusiasts, this Saturday's event is the highlight of the racing calendar. Many people spend a huge amount of time studying form. But for others the umpredicatability of The Grand National means it's a one off opportunity to have a little flutter.
So we're asking you, how do you pick your Grand National winner?
Is it as random as the choosing your favourite jersey colour or the horse's name?
Or are you a racing enthusiast who studies the horse's weight, stamina, age and experience before placing your bet?
Let us know here who you're backing in the Grand National and if you have any trusted methods of picking winners.