It's time for some winners to boost your bank account and there's some tasty selections below for you to dine out on.
Here's a quick snapshot of what we are tipping today:
Short odds fancies:
Longer shots (7/1 and above):
For full details and live odds on Tuesday's selections you can read more below.
(All odds and tips correct at time of publication)
2.45 Wolverhampton - Thegreyvtrain
Thegreyvtrain rarely runs a bad race and can score for the third time this year in the Follow Us On Twitter @wolvesRaces Handicap.
Ron Harris' five-year-old mare, who was successful in March and April, looked like she was ready to return to winning ways when only beaten half a length in third place at Brighton three weeks ago.
5.05 Wolverhampton - Mr Sensible
Mr Sensible should appreciate the step up to a mile and a half to open his account in the Sky Sports Racing Sky 415 Handicap.
David Loughnane's four-year-old has shown bits of pieces in four starts from a mile to a mile and a quarter. His in-form trainer now steps the three-year-old colt up in trip for his first run in a handicap.
Other possible Wolverhampton winners: 1.00 Creek Harbour, 1.35 Secret Potion, 2.10 It's A Love Thing, 3.20 Katelli, 3.55 Urtzi, 4.30 Raise The Roof
3.00 Pontefract - Agincourt
Agincourt can benefit from a drop in class to land a second career Listed success in the Weatherbys Bloodstock Pro Pipalong Stakes.
David O'Meara's battle-hardened mare was not disgraced when eighth in the Duke of Cambridge Stakes at Royal Ascot, having only been beaten a head in the Group Two last year.
The six-year-old has not graced the winner's enclosure since taking the Listed Rosemary Stakes at Newmarket in September 2019, though she was only beaten a nose by Illykato in similar company at Goodwood in May on her first start since the end of July.
Agincourt, who was also third in this race in 2019, has plenty of smart form and should prove hard to beat.
3.35 Pontefract - Golden Apollo
Golden Apollo showed signs of a renaissance last time out and could be the answer to the King Richard II Handicap.
Rated 99 a few years ago after some fine efforts in decent handicaps, Tim Easterby's charge is without a win since taking the Silver Cup at Ayr in 2019, although he has had just nine runs since that victory.
Now on a mark of 86 - 2lb lower than his Ayr victory - Golden Apollo has taken a couple of runs to warm up this term but he was in the process of a fine effort at Thirsk when he just met a bit of trouble in running.
Golden Apollo still kept on well for third though, and a similar effort could be good enough.
4.10 Pontefract - Delgrey Boy
Tim Easterby should also be on the mark with Delgrey Boy, who can recoup losses for an expensive defeat over this course and distance recently in the Book Tickets Online At pontefract-races.co.uk Handicap.
The four-year-old was sent off the 8/11 favourite to defeat five rivals, but could not hold Lord Neidin, who edged the verdict close home.
Delgrey Boy can put things right this time.
Other possible Pontefract punts: 1.50 Bonita B, 2.25 Tombolo, 4.45 Wahraan, 5.15 Sound Reason.
5.35 Brighton - Aiguellette
Aiguillette was slowly into stride at Yarmouth and that cost him victory last time, but he can make amends in the Each Way Extra At bet365 Handicap.
The Gary Moore-trained gelding failed by only a short head to peg back Cazeva Princess after coming with a strong challenge in the final furlong.
6.35 Brighton - Velvet Vista
Velvet Vista can return to form in the bet365 Fillies Handicap.
Things have not gone her way since she registered back-to-back victories at Yarmouth and Chelmsford in the spring.
Mike Murphy's five-year-old has since suffered defeats at Chelmsford and Kempton, but she was not helped by being slowly away on both occasions.
As long as she gets off on terms, Velvet Vista can make her presence felt.
Other Brighton bets: 6.05 Devaste, 7.05 Dawn View, 7.35 Finvarra, 8.05 Incorrigible, 8.35 Matira Bay.
7.15 Uttoxeter - Ballyvic Boru
Ballyvic Boru looked an unlucky loser over two miles at Uttoxeter on his latest start but can put the record straight in the Nancy Baskerville Memorial Handicap Chase over the same course and distance.
Brian Ellison's charge was short of room at the final fence yet was only beaten a short head by Bathiva. Granted a clearer passage, Ballyvic Boru can get his head in front.
Others to fancy at Uttoxeter: 5.45 Art Man, 6.15 Gaia Vallis, 6.45 Pillar Of Steel, 7.45 As High Say, 8.15 Wigglesworth, 8.45 Drumlee Watar.