Campaigners say they're still concerned over safety following the deaths of two horses at Aintree.
The League Against Cruel Sports is calling for organisers to bring the Grand National meeting to a halt.
None of the 40 horses involved in this year's steeplechase died or wee seriously injured but Battlefront and Little Josh died in other races.
The animal welfare charity claims the total number of deaths during the three-day Aintree meeting is 40 since 2000.
24 horses have died on the Grand National course itself.
Grand National bets may top £150 million
Animal welfare campaigners will gather outside Aintree racecourse, calling for the Grand National to be banned on the grounds of cruelty.
Your guide to all the runners in the John Smith's Grand National at Aintree.