Tom Scudamore is hoping to make it sweet 16th aboard Vieux Lion Rouge in the 2017 Randox Health Grand National.
And also end a near 60-year family 鈥榟oodoo鈥?in the world鈥檚 greatest steeplechase.
Scudamore is part of a racing dynasty.
His grandfather, Michael Scudamore, rode Oxo to victory in the National in 1959. And his father Peter, an eight-time champion jockey, famously never won the race, while his brother Michael trained Monbeg Dde to finish seventh and third in 2014 and 2015.
While Tom has ridden in the race 15 times, with two eighth-placed finishes on Blowing Wind (2003) and Puntal (2007) his best efforts.
This will be the 30th consecutive National the leading rider has attended, having been five when his father fell at Becher鈥檚 Brook on Strands of Gold.
He said: 鈥淚鈥檝e lots of memories of dad in front and then falling. I鈥檓 certain if you were to give him the choice he would swap one of his jockey titles to win it. It鈥檚 not that he鈥檚 hugely regretful, you can鈥檛 be with a career like that but I know he would give up a lot for just one National win.
鈥淚 remember all the pictures growing up, and when they do the montages inevitably you get the shots of the 1959 race and Tim Brookshaw鈥檚 stirrup breaking. It was an iconic year for the race. I was always immensely proud of him winning it and he was forever known as a Grand National winner for the rest of his career.
"Inevitably you want that for yourself ?it鈥檚 the one race that swamps the front and back pages of the papers, the sporting moment of that weekend.?/p>
He said: "It is 58 years since a Scudamore won it, so it is about time another one was put on the board. It would be fantastic to emulate my grandfather."
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Vieux Lion Rouge was seventh in last year鈥檚 National and then won the Becher Chase over the Aintree fences in December.
He also scored in the Grand National Trial at Haydock in February.
And Scudamore said: 鈥淚t is great to be part of it and tremendous to have a good ride in it. I am really looking forward to it.
"He certainly feels a stronger stayer this year. He is finishing off his races better than last year over similar trips. But he has still got to go and prove it. But I don't think he has got the question marks about him in that respect that he did last year. But he is just a better horse all round. And hopefully he will prove that tomorrow.
"He was going better at the line than he was at any other point in both races (Becher Chase and Grand National Trial) and that wasn't the same at this time last year over a variety of trips. It wasn't just long distance races, he just wasn't seeing his races out. So for him to go and do that this year it fills you with confidence.
"It certainly looks good form (the Becher) - all the right horses were in the right places. His form this year has been rock solid. The Becher Chase has worked out very well and the Haydock race has proved good. He ticks so many boxes."
Scudamore missed out on riding the then Cheltenham Gold Cup favourite Thistlecrack, who missed the Festival feature due to injury.
But he is not looking for compensation, rather he is just happy to be riding another well-fancied runner in a big race.
He said: "It was a disappointment. But it is nice to have a fancied ride in another big race. It is not consolation for Thistlecrack or any of those things. It is just great to have a chance on a fancied runner in a big race."