Here's a quick snapshot of Tuesday's selections. Just click on the links below to place a wager with Planet Sport Bet.
We start on the West Coast of Scotland at Ayr on Tuesday. Brian Hughes does well here and can deliver on a Nicky Richards runner.
12.30 Ayr - Soft Risk
This 5-year-old opened his account in decent style at Ayr, winning by a full nine lengths in a bumper.
The going is of little concern for Soft Risk who won on ground befitting his name at Ayr and who should encounter some give in the ground with rain forecast in the West of Scotland on Tuesday.
The French bred, trained by Nicky Richards should come on for that run and can take out this novice hurdle under leading jockey Brian Hughes.
James Ewart's Muhtamar should go close having finished second over course and distance last time out.
2.50 Ayr - Animore
Iain Jardine's Animore hasn't been out of the top three in any of his last four runs and Planet Sport are keeping the faith after an error strewn showing last time out at Ayr.
Animore grasped defeat from the jaws of victory as Dorking Boy headed the eight-year-old, who clipped a couple of fences.
Yet, Animore won his penultimate race at Hexham comfortably, making all the running and beating the Lucinda Russell trained Grand Morning by four lengths.
Olly Murphy's African Dance is a fairly consistent sort and can go close for the up and coming trainer who sends his charge on the long journey from Warwickshire.
12.10 Fakenham - Auditoria
Olly Murphy's four-year-old finished second last time out at Fakenham behind the fairly useful Howdyalikemenow, who ran at Cheltenham at the weekend.
Auditoria has had an unusual geographical path so far after being transferred from Amanda Perrett to Patrick Monfort in France and then switching back to the UK.
Auditoria did finish second in a reasonable maiden at Saint-Cloud and has continued that second streak over here, finding just one runner better on three races in a row.
This should be the time that Auditoria does the business.
Alex Hales' Pollypockett named after the tiny childrens' toys has a bigger chance than her odds suggest after winning a mares' bumper at Southwell.
3.00 Fakenham - No Comment
Just a handful of runners here and No Comment can show actions speak louder than words in this two mile, five furlong contest.
Representing the powerful Philip Hobbs/JP McManus combination, No Comment won a veteran's chase at Huntingdon last time out by a clear five-lengths.
Much will depend on how much the 10-year-old's exertions took it out of him a week ago, but if able to fire again, should go close.
Major Dundee represents another strong owner, being sent by the Exors of the late Trevor Hemmings and can put in a good showing in East Anglia.
1.30 Lingfield - Moveit Like Minnie
There's nothing mouse-like about Moveit Like Minnie's chances in this novice hurdle.
Nigel Twiston-Davies' four-year-old has won two bumpers in as many runs.
The last was a half length win at Southwell in a race that he had winners in behind.
Team Twiston-Davies are well in amongst the winners recently and have more than a squeak here with Moveit Like Minnie.
Gary Moore's Houka D'Oudairies looks a fair bet after registering a reasonable second last time out at Huntingdon.
3.15 Lingfield - Kyntara
Kim Bailey's Kyntara has only had two races but couldn't have been more impressive in either.
The five-year-old Kyntara won a point-to-point by eight lengths when trained by Melanie Rowley.
After switching to the experienced national hunt handler Bailey, Kyntara hosed up in a Warwick bumper by 17 lengths in the style of a horse with something about him.
This Class 4 maiden hurdle at Southwell looks the ideal route in for Kyntara but expect him to be engaging in better races in due course.
Dan Skelton is in solid form and his Viva Lavilla can put up a fight after a maiden win in Ireland.