There's a fantastic Sunday in store for you no matter what your sporting preference with top-class action from Newmarket, the Premier League nearing a climax and the closing stages from the Crucible and much, much more.
If you're going to be keeping an eye on the football and the racing this afternoon then check out Sky Bet's extensive range of Horse Racing and Football Specials.
I am, however, going to kick off the day with a terrestrial television banker from the choice of TV Specials and that's the 8-11 about three of more Channel Four favourites to be placed.
A non-runner means we've only got three places to play four in the opening handicap which is typically frustrating but Mahmood Al Zarooni's Anatolian looks rock solid in the 2.05 having only once finished worse than second.
That's followed by a trip to the beautiful cathedral city of Salisbury and players should be well on their way to treating themselves to a pint of Old Peculiar by the time that Royal Peculiar has justified the support that's come for him since Saturday night and build on his hugely eyecatching run behind Midday's half-brother at Lingfield.
Timepiece and Maybe should both be hard to keep out of the frame which means that by the time the 24 runner six furlong handicap - where, incidentally Sky Bet are paying five places - we should be sitting with our feet up with the job done.
We need to dream too though and, while an 8-11 winner isn't to be sniffed at, it's not going to set the pulse racing which is why we need to throw a couple of long-shots into the mix too.
It's easy to see Maybe starting at a ridiculously short price following the success of Camelot yesterday so if you fancy the daughter of Galileo to score why not check out the Winning Distance Markets.
Unbeaten in five starts, she appeals as the type who tends to do just enough, pulling out more when required and since her debut success she's won by no further than two and a half lengths.
Therefore, it looks well worth dutching with her to win by under a length at 13-2 and by one length up to and including two at 7-1 and you can enjoy sitting in the armchair shouting at the telly: "Not too far Joseph, not too far my son."
Then finally, in the Specials Of The Day markets I can't resist the 70-1 on offer about Maybe,Timepiece, United, City, Spurs, Bolton and QPR all to win.
That's job done and now it's time to put up your feet and enjoy a great day of top-class sporting action.