Here's a quick snapshot of Friday's tips. Click on the horse's name to have a punt with Planet Sport Bet.
13.05 Warwick - In Rem
In Rem can take his winning run since joining Jane Williams' stable to four in the Poundland - Where Great Prices Rule Handicap Hurdle at Warwick (13.05).
The six-year-old has been a revelation since moving from Gary Moore's yard, landing a hat-trick with victories at Ffos Las, Exeter and Wincanton.
Stepping up in trip has been a major factor in the success of In Rem, who looks to have abundant stamina.
He showed no signs of stopping when scoring over an extended three miles at Wincanton on his latest start.
In Rem also has to cope with another rise in the ratings that has seen his mark rise from 82 to 110 since his rich vein of form began in October. The evidence suggests the Kapgarde gelding has not stopped improving yet.
14.15 Warwick - Grand Turina
There's a field of just six runners in the Poundland - The Land That Gives You More Conditional Jockeys' Veterans' Handicap Chase (14.15).
The selection here is the Venetia Williams-trained Grand Turina, a 10-year-old Kayf Tara gelding. Kayf Tara's progeny usually love deep ground and this one is no exception.
Having run well before unseating two out over three miles at Wetherby on his penultimate start, he went to Lingfield last time. There, on heavy ground, he dropped back successfully to 2m4f, narrowly beating the favourite Bill And Barn, with eight lengths to spare over the remainder.
He's only gone up 2lb for that win, he is unexposed back over this longer trip and he has conditional jockey Ned Fox's 10lb claim to come off his racing weight, which can prove invaluable.
13.50 Lingfield - Shoot To Kill
Shoot To Kill can hit the target to complete a five week hat-trick in the MansionBet Beaten By A Head Handicap (13.50) at Lingfield.
The four-year-old was picked up for 28,000 guineas out of George Scott's stable at the sales and has made an instant impact since joining Robyn Brisland.
The Dandy Man gelding struck first over this seven furlongs in November and followed up over an extended mile at Wolverhampton just over three weeks ago.
As both wins were hard fought, the handicapper has only put him up 5lb and it is no surprise he drops back to seven furlongs given he only just held on last time out.
12.10 Lingfield - C'Est No Mour
C'Est No Mour struck over Lingfield's mile and a half two weeks ago and can repeat the trick in the Betway Handicap (12.10).
Simon Hodgson's evergreen eight-year-old led in the final half-furlong to beat Protected Guest by a length and a quarter. A 2lb rise for that seems lenient.
14.05 Uttoxeter - Faire Part Sivola
Faire Part Sivola can regain winning ways in the In Memory Of David Thomas Handicap Hurdle (14.05) at Uttoxeter.
After scoring at the first attempt for trainer Harry Whittington at Ffos Las in October, the six-year-old faced a tough task when third to subsequent Grade Two victor Lossiemouth at the same venue when sent off favourite.
Faire Part Sivola, formerly with Lucinda Russell, was not disgraced on his latest outing when fourth of 14 to Cobblers Dream at Doncaster.
He has been dropped 2lb by the assessor and looks to hold solid claims in this two-and-a-half mile contest.
15.40 Uttoxeter - Fancy Your Chances
Fancy Your Chances can open her account at the second attempt after shaping with some promise on her bumper debut at Ffos Las.
The four-year-old, trained by Philip Hobbs, went down by two lengths to Hidden Beauty in a field of 15 after looking the likely winner a furlong out.
She stuck on well that day and should prove hard to beat in the Cazoo EBF Mares' Open Maiden National Hunt Flat Race (15.40).