Cheltenham Gold Cup winner Synchronised has reportedly been performing well in training ahead of this weekend's Grand National.
The horse has yet to be confirmed as a runner for the race at Aintree and racing manager Frank Berry has revealed that he will face one more training run.
Berry said: "He'll do his final bit of work in the morning and we'll see how he is, but it's so far so good.
"He's not doing a lot in the morning, just a little, and if all is well he will go there."
If he wins at Aintree, Synchronised will be the first horse to have won both the Grand National and Gold Cup in the same year since 1934.