We're spoiled for choice on the second day of Goodwood, and we struggled to decide which race we thought offered the best value for money.
In the end we decided to simply pick out the three horses we thought were the best price across the day.
First up, running in the 14:30 Neptune Investment Management Gordon Stakes, we like the look of Somewhat.
He ran as the pacemaker in the Eclipse, and arguably was given a little too much leeway by the favourites.
Nonetheless you can't deny that he came in third, just three lengths behind Mukhadram, and showed that on his day he could be a contender.
He's in great form right now and awaiting his breakthrough moment, and at 7/2 at BoyleSports we fancy him to confirm his abilities at Goodwood tomorrow.
We were hard pressed to choose a horse from the 15:40 Veuve Clicquot Vintage Stakes.
Dr No has shown decent form and some improvement lately, and is not far off becoming a quality runner.
However, we're not sure he's going to complete the transformation at Goodwood this week.
With that in mind, our eyes turned to Ahlan Emarati, whose recent form is very good and who will enjoy the run out over a longer distance.
At 5/1 over at Coral, he's a very tempting price and might pay dividends.
Finally, in the 16:50 EBF Stallions Breeding Winners Fillies' Handicap, it's hard to look past the favourite, Water Hole.
She took victory at Doncaster last month in her first run of the year, and there's still plenty more potential in her.
She's slowly dropping below 3/1, but if you head to Paddy Power you can still catch her at a slightly better 10/3.