A fresh week of racing is just around the corner, and we start with visits to Musselburgh, Ludlow and Wolverhampton on Monday, where there's plenty of value to be found.
To help guide your bets, here's a quick snapshot of Monday's best racing tips - simply click on the horse's name to be redirected to the betting via Planet Sport Bet.
13.15 Musselburgh - First Impression
Our headline selection is First Impression, who certainly can impress on a flat, tight track at Musselburgh. He ran in juvenile hurdles last year, and he's only improved after a summer of Flat racing.
In his last event, he opened up a gap and looked like he still had more to offer, and despite a 7lb rise ahead of Monday's event, there's plenty to like about his chances.
12.45 Musselburgh - Skycutter
After impressing on his debut over obstacles, Skycutter is worth keeping an eye on at Musselburgh. He's been superb on the Flat, but has now also shown his ability to negotiate hurdles.
He'll race against better horses in his second event on Monday, but it could be the case of Skycutter improving when running alongside better competition.
12.15 Musselburgh - Thunder Rock
Thunder Rock was another to win at his last event in Wetherby where he looked head and shoulders above his rivals.
There looks to be little competition for him at Musselburgh on Monday, and despite facing a penalty, he looks a strong favourite.
15.15 Musselburgh - Brayhill
Brayhill is our tip for the Get Daily Tips At racingtv.com Conditional Jockeys' Handicap Hurdle. After failing to live up to his odds in his debut under James Ewart back in February, Brayhill was much better a month later over hurdles, where he easily won at 20/1.
He looked like following up and winning again at Carlisle at his recent event, but he just missed out on the final flight. But that doesn't warrant underestimation, and he should still be strongly considered at a mark of 118.
16.30 Wolverhampton - Peripeteia
With experience at Wolverhampton, George Boughey's three-year-old is well in the running on Monday.
She's been placed on all three previous starts, and has shown up in all of them - if she can manage it again then it only seems a matter of time until she takes a win.
17.30 Wolverhampton - Madame Glitters
After a 113-day break, Madame Glitters returns at Wolverhampton on Monday.
David O'Meara's three-year-old finished third on her debut at Pontefract, but now having matured over the break, we can expect a big improvement.