If you think the flat season is winding down, think again. Put some sparkle into your bets (and some fizz in your fridge) with these tips liable to leave bookies hot under the collar.
Here's a snapshot of Tuesday's betting selections. Click on the horse's name to have a punt with Planet Sport Bet.
(Top tip) 5.15 Windsor - Autumn Flight
There will be no need to release the hounds to cajole Harry Burns along on Autumn Flight in this September sprint at Windsor.
The consistent Autumn Flight looked summer ready when skipping along to win a five furlong Class Three sprint at the Berkshire track in August and can make hay again.
In fact, the Robert Cowell trained Autumn Flight has only been outside the top three in one out of his last nine races and looks set to enjoy the fast ground at Windsor.
The drop to Class Four can only be seen as a positive with Autumn Flight looking to bag a brace before the leaves begin to turn red.
5.45 Windsor - Uncs
Uncs has the potential for a supersonic showing in the Gallagher Group Nursery Handicap.
Trained by the 29 year-old Newmarket handler George Boughey, Uncs has almost as many wins to his name as the babyfaced Boughey has hairs on his chin, prevailing at Beverley and Redcar in his five outings to date.
Boughey was assistant to Hugo Palmer, who trained classic winner and Uncs' sire Galileo Gold, so the mile abilities of the bloodline will not be lost on the up and coming trainer.
Uncs only had one horse in the Bjorn Nielson Stradivarius colours in front last time out at Yarmouth and looks to have a strong chance under Irish jockey Rossa Ryan.
Other potential winners at Windsor: 4.15 Hello Me, 4.45 Olympic Eagle, 6.15 Flaunt, 6.45 Barenboim, 7.15 Wow William.
3.20 Leicester - Dubai Station
Any sprinter that gets to within two and a quarter lengths of Haydock Sprint Cup winner Emaraaty Ana is a useful animal and Dubai Station did that at Hamilton in late July.
The Robert Cowell trained Dubai Station finished second to Kevin Ryan's rapid Emaraaty Ana before finding only the seasoned Danzeno one better at Nottingham over five furlongs.
That Nottingham showing was on good to soft and a pop at rattling fast going at Leicester should suit this son of top Aussie sprinter Brazen Beau down to the ground.
If Ben Curtis gets Dubai Station steaming along, he has the potential to leave this small field in their tracks over a breathless five furlongs.
3.50 Leicester - Ibiza Rocks
The horse named after the Balearic Island music hotel looks the type to get a day's betting rocking and rolling.
Charles Hills' charge has been knocking on the door, after finishing third on his handicap bow on the all-weather at Kempton and then second after 129 day's break over seven furlongs at Sandown.
The booking for Ryan Moore looks a shrewd move in getting this Dark Angel colt's head in front, with just a two pounds rise from Ibiza Rock's Sandown exploits.
Others to like at Leicester: 1.10 Lark Lane, 1.40 Invigilate, 2.15 Carbon, 2.45 Time Interval, 4.20 Act Of Magic.
3.30 Goodwood - Outside World
Mark Johnston sends Outside World on the long trip to the Sussex track from his Yorkshire base with a solid chance in this six furlong sprint.
A daughter of the capable mover Iffraaj, who won the Wokingham on firm ground, the drying conditions at a sweltering Goodwood should be right up Outside World's street.
Although finishing 10th in the Group Two Lowther Stakes last time out, she wasn't overworked by Frankie Dettori and, representing the Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed Al Maktoum operation, comes with some serious credentials.
A nice winner of a Novice Stakes on her second start at York on good to firm, the addition of champion flat jockey-elect Oisin Murphy is another big tick.
4.05 Goodwood - Just Hubert
The in-form Just Hubert was a course and distance winner last time out at Goodwood under a game ride from Nicola Currie.
This five year-old son of the Melbourne Cup winning Dunadem had previously scored in the Dubai Shergar Cup Stayers' at Ascot, providing plenty of grunt at the business end of the race.
Just Hubert isn't without his quirks, refusing to race at Goodwood in late July, but if sticking to the task, should have enough to steal a march on his rivals in the Royal Sussex Regiment Handicap.
Currie had a weekend winner in a Class Two at Ascot for the William Muir and Chris Grassick combination, who saddle Just Hubert, and a return to the winners' enclosure beckons for this Cesarewitch entrant.
Other fancies at Goodwood: 1.50 Chairman Power, 2.25 Caryatid, 2.55 Inverness, 4.37 Touchwood, 5.07 Almaan