Let Planet Sport take the strain of your betting choices with our plum picks from Wednesday's action at Yarmouth, Beverley and Sandown.
2.15 Yarmouth - I Siyou Baby
A rare foray from Ireland to Yarmouth for Joseph Patrick O'Brien can pay dividends with this Siyouni filly.
Siyouni also sired O'Brien's father's St Mark's Basilica so is in good company and I Siyou Baby has dropped down from Group 3 company for this listed heat in Norfolk.
I Siyou Baby kept on well when not disgracing herself in the Snow Fairy Fillies Stakes at the Curragh last time out, meaning this extra furlong could suit.
Two wins on the bounce before that at Leopardstown over a mile showed that the Irish raider has a capable engine and it could be a case of I Siyou Baby, shaking that cash come the final result.
3.20 Yarmouth - Dejame Paso
Andrew Balding is on the way to a first Champion Trainer title and can add another few quid in prize money to the total with Dejame Paso.
This The Gurkha colt wasn't embarrassed in a valuable York handicap last time out and looks to have what it takes in a weaker field.
A winner on his penultimate start in a female rider handicap at York, Dejame Paso won the race before that too with a staying on 11/1 victory at Sandown under Jason Watson.
Dejame Paso roughly translates from Spanish as "let me pass" and as long as Balding's charge holds his ground, this Yarmouth contest is well within his grasp.
1.30 Beverley - Ridicule
A nice little maiden at Beverley with several well bred entries but William Haggas' Ridicule looks the best of the lot.
Out of top sprinter Dandy Man, the filly Ridicule holds an entry to the £150,000 Tattersalls October Auction Stakes at Newmarket and may well have a bit about her.
Hollie Doyle is a top booking and a win bet won't be the most ridiculous of propositions. This Haggas female can win first time out.
2.05 Beverley - Five Stars
If it was down to number of winners, Mark Johnston would be at the front in the Flat Trainers' Championship. Five Stars has already obliged at the first time of asking for the Scotsman at Yarmouth and a second win is on the cards.
The filly is sired by none other than Sea The Stars and scored at Yarmouth by a clear two and a quarter lengths from the Gosdens' Ephrata.
A drop down in class and trip are only further positives and come rain or shine, a five star performance is in store.
Sandown 3.30 - Sir Busker
William Knight's workhorse has a losing streak as long as your arm, having not won since Royal Ascot in 2020.
That's not for want of trying though and the gelding was on the scene in fourth at Group 2 level last time out in the City Of York Stakes.
Hot-shot Oisin Murphy was in the saddle for Sir Busker's last win in the Silver Royal Hunt Cup at Ascot in June 2020 and his booking here goes down as a huge plus.
This should be the day that this busker gets a rip roaring reception. Just chuck a few quid in Murphy's hat with your winnings.