Wednesday's tips come from yards ranging from Dorset to County Waterford, over jumps and the flat. There's plenty to warm the cockles as the Indian Summer continues and the St Leger Festival at Doncaster begins.
Here's a snapshot of Wednesday's betting selections. Click on the horse's name to have a punt with Planet Sport Bet.
(Top Tip) 3.25 Doncaster - Wren's Breath
Henry De Bromhead is best known for his Grand National winning Minella Times but looks to have a lively seven furlong filly on his hands with Wren's Breath.
Instead of stable star Rachael Blackmore it's Hollie Doyle fronting the female assault on this Group 3 with Wren's Breath, an appealing winner of a listed six furlong sprint last time out at Naas.
Wren's Breath is blind in one eye but showed plenty of awareness to go from back to front to beat Ballydoyle's More Beautiful at the track just outside of Dublin.
Jockey Gary Carroll had a fight on his hands pulling Wren's Breath up, with the filly jumping a path crossing the course and appearing more than ready for the extra furlong she takes on at Doncaster.
4.00 Doncaster - Arecibo
A superb second in the King's Stand Stakes at Ascot showed what this Robert Cowell speedster can do.
The well travelled six year-old was bred by the respected Wertheimer et Frere and campaigned in France by Carlos Laffon-Parias and arrived at the Cowell yard via a stint with David O'Meara.
A couple of five furlong wins on the Rowley Mile at Newmarket in Spring suggests that Arecibo gets the trip while he only had a trio of highly respected sprinters in Glass Slippers, Dragon Symbol and Suesa in front three races back at Goodwood.
Meanwhile, a respectable eighth in the Nunthorpe should put the gelding in sound condition for the drop into Class One company.
Other potential winners at Doncaster: 1.45 Bullet Force, 2.20 Frantastic, 2.50 Greek Kodiac, 4.30 Faisal, 5.00 Look Out Louis.
Uttoxeter 3.05 - Dal Horrisgle
If Dal Horrisgle's two previous wins don't impress you his breeding might, being sired by the great Nathaniel, who won the King George and the Eclipse on the flat.
Alan King's horses are expected to be at the head of the betting in these sorts of hurdle races and his 34 length demolition over course and distance at Uttoxeter in June couldn't have been delivered better.
Dead Man's Shoes director Shane Meadows hails from Uttoxeter and don't be surprised if Das Horrisgle shows his competitors a clean pair of heels at the Midlands jump venue.
3.40 Uttoxeter - Sizing Cusimano
The consistent Sizing Cusimano makes the trip from Colin Tizzard's yard in Dorset looking to avenge a head defeat at Newton Abbot last time out.
Tizzard's eight year-old represents the Anne and Alan Potts connections, known for the useful Supasundae and hasn't finished outside the top three in any of his last six starts.
A second at Uttoxeter two races back behind Fergal O'Brien's No No Maestro was no disgrace with the winner going on to score again at Hexham.
The presence of Brendan Powell, who rode a winner for Tizzard on Monday, looks solid and Sizing Cusimano could have the measure of this race.
Other potential winners at Uttoxeter: 1.00 Decoration Of War, 1.30 Espinator, 2.00 Captain Cobajay, 2.30 Father John, 4.10 Wagner, 4.40 Rock On Rocco.
Carlisle - 3.15 Charging Thunder
Probably the only chance of Thunder on a balmy summer's day at Carlisle, David O'Meara's charge looks well positioned to take this low runner heat.
Only out of the front three in two of his six career starts, Charging Thunder went like the clappers to win over one mile and four furlongs at Pontefract in his penultimate race
The Melrose Handicap at York proved a bridge too far last time out over one mile and six furlongs but the drop back in trip, alongside a clip in class, should be enough for a return to winning ways.
Carlisle - 3.50 Arranmore
A course and distance win at Carlisle stands Arranmore in good stead for this warm little mile handicap.
Named after the island off the coast of Donegal, Arranmore has won three of his last seven outings, including a 6/1 victory at the border city track in August over today's trip.
Sired by the top-class sprinter Oasis Dream, whose progeny can also mix it at a mile or longer, it will be no surprise if the gelding's recent form pattern of two, one, two continues with another first place and a double on the day for David O'Meara.
Other potential winners at Carlisle: 2.10 Two Door Saloon, 2.40 Ayling, 4.20 Willing To Please, 4.50 Captain Corelli, 5.25 Red Genesis.