The Leighlinbridge native is confident about his 9-year-old charge staying the 4 and a half mile trip.
Having been off track for two years, Morning Assembly made his return to racecourse action in Fairyhouse at the end of January.
He was just touched off in a photo finish by Bridgets Pet, before finishing second behind Smashing in the Red Mills Chase in Gowran Park in mid-February.
Morning Assembly went to the Cheltenham Festival a few weeks ago, and he ran a cracker finishing 4th behind Un Temps Pour Tout in the Festival Handicap Chase.
Davy Russell was aboard him in Cheltenham and rode him at the end of January, and he takes the mount on Saturday evening.
The lightly raced 9-year-old has only raced 14 times and has been in the first three on 12 occasions.
Pat Fahys horses have been running consistently well since the turn of the year.
The popular 12-year-old veteran Thelobstercatcher had a memorable success in Limerick recently under David Mullins, and the two combined to win a hurdle race with Tongie also in Limerick the previous day.
Other winners from the stable include Ancient Highway who was successful in Clonmel last Thursday, while Head Turner has struck twice in recent weeks including winning in Wexford on St. Patricks Day.
Good as Gold has been performing consistently well in Handicap Hurdles the past few months, and with the way she has been running, winning a prestigious handicap hurdle is not far away.
Meanwhile, the talent 4-year-old filly Ballybacka Queen ran a cracker on her seasonal debut in Leopardstown yesterday(Wednesday) when finishing second behind the Aidan O’Brien trained Altesse in a listed race.
The Aintree Grand National gets underway on Saturday evening at 5.15pm, and available at around 33/1, Morning Assembly represents good each-way value.