It's a busy weekend of sport in the boxing ring, on the golf course and football pitch, but that doesn't mean you should forget the racing. Ross' selections below could help really you stick one on the bookies.
Here's a quick snapshot of Ross's tips. Click on the horse's name to have a punt with Planet Sport Bet.
2.25 Newmarket - Zain Claudette
Sacred Bridge is likely to be very popular after four wins from four starts, but she might have her work cut out to beat a couple of the UK filly's, and in particular Zain Claudette, who has not put a foot wrong since that debut defeat at Goodwood - and even then, it was a big run and maybe she should've won.
Since then, she's won a novice event over on the July course - a group three and a group two of course - with the ladder stakes going her way last time out.
Newmarket is a speed track, it will suit Zain Claudette. She's already proven her worth at the July Course, and there's no reason why she shouldn't handle the Rowley Mile as well, and she could give Ismail Mohammed and Ray Dawson a big winner on Saturday at Newmarket.
2.20 Ripon - Proclivity
Proclivity looks to have a cracking chance at getting off the mark at the third time of asking for Michael Dods and Graham Lee after two very promising runs over five furlongs in July and August.
Last time out the winner Lotus Rose bagged the near side rail and made pretty much all of the running. Proclivity stuck wide, down the centre of the track, out-paced at a crucial point, and came home well to finish a close up second.
They're better drawn today in box six, stepped up to a more suitable six furlongs, and Michael Dods is in cracking nick as well. So this looks a golden opportunity for Proclivity to score.
4.50 Newmarket - Piffle
Completing the trifecta then with another juvenile contest here - a competitive nursery - where Mistrix heads the betting for George Scott and David Probert, but there are plenty of horses here with talent to burn.
And, there's a lot to like about the way Piffle won last time out at Goodwood. This horse is now two from three, showed a bit of promise over six furlongs on her debut, and got off the mark when heavily backed at Windsor on its second start.
She came swinging down the wide outside at Goodwood, showed a nice turn of foot to quick and clear. That margin was run down by an impressive late surge from Breezy Storm, but the speed figure was excellent for the grade.
Ed Walker is continuing in excellent form, we had a two-year-old nursery winner at Newbury last week in the shape of American Star so that bodes well for the progress of Piffle, and Oisin Murphy retains the ride as well - so there's a champion jockey in the saddle.