The weekend might be over but before those Monday blues strike you down, how about taking advantage of our latest horse racing tips.
Here's a quick snapshot of Monday's selections, click on the horse's names to have a punt with Planet Sport Bet.
1.50 Kempton - Dragon Bones
Dragon Bones has a good opportunity to record her second victory at Listed level in the Racing TV Mares' Hurdle at Kempton.
The daughter of Passing Glance was a widely unconsidered 40-1 shot when first striking black-type gold in a novice event at Doncaster last season, but has since proved there was no fluke about it.
The Ian Williams-trained six-year-old went on to enjoy further successes at Hexham, Worcester and Newton Abbot before the end of the campaign, and last month returned to take on the boys at Cheltenham.
While her winning run ultimately came to an end, Dragon Bones lost little in defeat - going down by only a length to Irish raider Bardenstown Lad.
She would certainly have finished closer, if not come out on top, had she enjoyed a smoother passage through the race, while the winner also had the advantage of race-fitness.
The third home, Onagatheringstorm, recently returned to Cheltenham to finish second to the high-class Sporting John, giving the form a very solid look.
With that run under her belt, Dragon Bones should be cherry-ripe for her latest assignment and is expected to make her presence felt.
3.25 Kempton - See The Sea
See The Sea can make her journey south from Donald McCain's in-form yard worth it with victory in the Join Racing TV Now Conditional Jockeys' Handicap Hurdle.
She really cannot get the ground fast enough and this might be one of the last chances she gets before 'proper' jumping ground starts to creep in.
Peter Kavanagh gets on brilliantly with her and the partnership fairly bolted up at Taunton to complete a hat-trick last time out.
2.25 Kempton - Gortroe Joe
Gortroe Joe is expected to give a good account in the racingtv.com Handicap Chase.
While at the time it looked slightly disappointing he could only manage fourth at Market Rasen last month, that race has turned out well with the winner Senior Citizen just beaten since over the National fences at Aintree.
1.15 Kempton - Sebastopol
Few would begrudge Sebastopol success in the Racing TV Novices' Chase.
Tom Lacey's charge has remarkably filled the runner-up spot on seven successive occasions. But in his defence he has bumped into some decidedly useful types - most recently chasing home the exciting Third Time Lucki at Cheltenham.
If he runs up to that form, he can finally get his head in front.
12.30 Ayr - Rae Des Champs
It will be fascinating to see how Rae Des Champs fares in the opening Coral Best Odds Guaranteed Mares' Novices' Hurdle at Ayr.
The four-year-old was seriously impressive when winning an Irish point-to-point by 10 lengths in the spring and the runner-up Motown Maggie has since won under rules for Gordon Elliott.
Rose Dobbin presumably paid a pretty penny for Rae Des Champs and connections will be hoping for an immediate return on their investment in Scotland.
1.25 Ludlow - Brief Ambition
Recent Kempton victor Brief Ambition must have every chance of following up in the NIG Farmweb Novices' Limited Handicap Chase at Ludlow, while Regional rates the best bet on the all-weather at Chelmsford.
Highly tried last year by Richard Fahey, the three-year-old made a successful debut for Ed Bethell at Haydock in September before placing behind veteran sprinter Justanotherbottle at Ripon.
Running off the same mark as he tackles an artificial surface for the first time, he should prove hard to beat.