Seven days after Tiger Roll made history by becoming the first horse to win the Grand National back-to-back, there was another Tiger on a roll at Augusta, as the world-famous Tiger Woods ended a wait of eleven years and much controversy away from the course, by claiming his fifth green jacket at the Masters.
As is well documented, both man and horse returned from a duration in the wilderness to reign on the greatest stage.
Talking of the equine Tiger, his comeback was not through any injury or off the field issues - but more down to the fact of being able to get back to Aintree to defend his National crown, let alone win it again.
Previous winners of the race have struggled to make it back to Merseyside due to the effects the gruelling test it has on the runners - i.e One For Arthur who missed the whole of the 2017/18 season having won the Liverpool highlight back in 2017.
But it was not all plain-sailing for Tiger Roll - he was bred in Ireland by Gerry O’Brien and bought as a foal by Godolphin for 70,000 guineas at Tattersalls back in 2010. He never raced for the boys in blue, and was sold three years later to Devon trainer Nigel Hawke for £10,000.
Yet somehow, five years after his move to the Gigginstown giants, he is two-time winner of the world's greatest steeplechase. That is surely one of the most remarkable stories in British racing history.