Here's a quick snapshot of Tuesday's tips. Just click on the links below to place a wager with Planet Sport Bet.
First up there's a bit of value about a Kim Bailey trained runner over in Cambridgeshire. A drop down in class can pay dividends.
1.30 Huntingdon - Ajero
A hot little Class 3 hurdle presents some good value in the form of the Kim Bailey trained Ajero.
A half-brother to Bailey's Grade 2 winning chaser Charbel, Ajero was thrust into Class 1 territory at Ascot last time out.
That race proved too hot with Ajero pulled up but now the six-year old is just a pound higher than when winning by eight and half lengths over course and distance in March.
David Bass gets the leg up as usual for Bailey and Ajero can prove able at a price here.
Pam Sly trains forty minutes away in Cambridgeshire and her Takeit Easy can push Ajero close.
Another course and distance winner, the six-year-old was victorious last time out at Wetherby.
2.30 Huntingdon - Mr Yeats
Trainer Milton Harris has battled back from financial troubles and is in form with a 50% strike rate from his last six runners.
The Wiltshire handler sends Mr Yeats To Huntingdon on the back of a going away win at Wincanton last time out.
That was in a Class 4 hurdle and Mr Yeats steps down to Class 5 here and a three pounds raise is manageable under conditional Mitchell Bastyan.
Named after his famous Ascot Gold Cup winning father, Mr Yeats can take this one and continue the Harris renaissance.
Good ground at Huntingdon can see the Phillip Hobbs trained Alberic present a few problems.
12.52 Hereford - Le Chiffre D'Or
Named after the famous Bond villain, Paul Nicholls' charge can leave the bookies shaken not stirred.
Victorious in a Wincanton bumper, Le Chiffre D'Or goes novice hurdling under the super capable Bryony Frost.
The grey kept on well in the bumper and Tuesday's two mile trip should be well within range.
We expect Le Chiffre D'Or to win, Mr Bond.
Arbennig can improve on his sixth last time out for Jamie Snowdon and chase Le Chiffre D'Or home.
1.52 Hereford - Steinkraus
Donald McCain and Brian Hughes make a brilliant combination, with the pair having a couple of winners last weekend.
Steinkraus has hit form recently, with a win and a second at McCain's Northern stomping grounds of Ayr and Carlisle.
The win last time out in Scotland saw Steinkraus lump top weight around two miles, three and a half furlongs.
Steinkraus is named after a famous American show jumper and while this will be no exhibition, Hughes is too good a horseman not to get the job done.
Neil Mullholland's Hidden Depths can go close after the course and distance win last time out.
2.07 Lingfield - Movethechains
Gary Moore's seven-year-old certainly didn't seem laden down in his course and distance win last time out, prevailing by 18 lengths.
The trainer explained that the soft going had accounted for the improvement in form and while the going should be more good than squelchy this time around, Movethechains should still go well.
A change of scenery from Christian Williams' Welsh yard to Moore in Sussex seems to have done Movethechains good and he can follow up, even with a penalty.
Jamie Moore gets the ride and Movethechains can rattle in at Lingfield.
Colin Tizzard's Lanspark is a reasonable stayer and won when last seen at Taunton in March. The six-year-old will have no fears over Tuesday's trip.
3.07 Lingfield - Siroco Jo
An intriguing race ridden over jumps by flat jockeys can go the way of Paul Nicholls' Siroco Jo.
Riding in the Frodon silks of Paul Vogt, Kevin Stott is given the job of hanging on to Siroco Jo for dear life.
But Stott will not be totally unfamiliar with his mount, being the boyfriend of Nicholls' daughter Megan and no stranger to the Ditcheat yard.
Siroco Jo has won twice for Nicholls since joining from France, including a Class 3 at Newbury on November 4 and can follow up quickly.
Suzi Best's Bashful Boy was a keeping on second last time out at Plumpton and can run Siroco Jo close.