"Chelsea Harbour is all set for the Leinster National and he's in great nick at the moment," said Mullins.
"He's got a slight pull at the weights over Preists Leap compared to the Thyestes and I would be hopeful that we would be able to turn the tables."I didn't think he ran up to his form in the Irish Hennessy and I was a bit disappointed with the run because he just dropped out on the back straight."He's been running in soft and heavy conditions all season and, although he loves that sort of ground, he can also run a decent race on quicker going.
"He's been given 11st in the Grand National which means he is rated 8lb higher in Britain than in Ireland and I think he was hit hardest of all the Irish horses. Chelsea Harbour continue his Grand National preparations in Sunday's Lucan Racing Leinster National at Naas.