Al and Rupert top Charlie Hall
Weird Al and Time For Rupert, first and second 12 months ago, are among an entry of 14 for the Charlie Hall Chase at Wetherby on Saturday.
Donald McCain's Weird Al went on to be third in the Betfair Chase but pulled up in the Gold Cup and fell in the Grand National.
Time For Rupert signed off his campaign with a fine fifth in the Gold Cup for Paul Webber.
Cappa Bleu was fourth in the Grand National for Evan Williams, who won this in 2008 with State of Play and 2009 with Deep Purple, and may make his reappearance.
Silviniaco Conti is the sole entry for champion trainer Paul Nicholls, while his big rival Nicky Henderson has given Master Of The Hall and Roberto Goldback the option.
The in-form Colin Tizzard may run Cannington Brook, Hennessy Gold Cup runner-up Planet Of Sound is a possible for Philip Hobbs while Diamond Harry, a late withdrawal last year, and Midnight Chase have been entered.
Mouse Morris' First Lieutenant is the sole entry from Ireland.