Great Yarmouth is one of the great venues in Norfolk and the racecourse is back for another late summer fixture on Tuesday afternoon.
The opening race takes place at 1.50pm and the seven-race card concludes at 5pm.
Here are our five to follow.
1.50pm - Download The At The Races App Nursery Handicap (7f)
Two-year-old colt MY LITTLE TIP broke his maiden at the fifth attempt when he was successful at Salisbury (7f) just four days ago.
He prevailed by nine lengths in that nursery, which suggests he was a long way ahead of the handicapper and George Boughey's runner will need to carry a 6lb penalty as he bids to record a quick-fire double.
On the evidence of how impressive he was last week, that is unlikely to be enough to stop him here.
LiveScore selection: My Little Tip
2.25pm - British Stallion Stud EBF Novice Stakes (6f)
Although he was unable to break his maiden at Newmarket (6f) last time out, it was a much better performance from IDEAL GUEST and one which will give his connections some encouragement.
He was just over two lengths behind the winner of that contest and this does not look to be a particularly strong race.
The experience is a big positive and if he steps up again on what he has shown so far, he will probably prevail this time.
LiveScore selection: Ideal Guest
2.55pm - Sky Sports Racing Sky 415 Handicap (7f)
This is a racecourse FARHH TO SHY knows very well with all four of her appearances coming at this venue.
She has been successful twice, including a victory over this C&D on her latest outing.
Farhh To Shy was short for room in the closing stages of that race last month on what was her handicap debut but had she got a clean run, the margin of victory would have been wider.
The filly has gone up 5lb in the ratings but there is likely to be much more to come from her.
LiveScore selection: Farhh To Shy
3.25pm Follow At The Races On Twitter Classified Claiming Stakes (6f)
SECRET HANDSHEIKH has an excellent record on the AW surface but up until now she has only scored once on turf, a victory that came at Bath (5f) in her debut campaign.
Archie Watson's gelding is down to a mark which really gives him a great chance on this surface, but the three-year-old was a little disappointing at Epsom (6f) last time out as he ran too free.
That performance can be forgiven as some horses simply do not take to that racecourse, so expect a much better outing this time.
LiveScore selection: Secret Handsheikh
4.30pm - Follow @Attheraces On Twitter Handicap (5f)
Hollie Doyle has been on board AMOR DE MI VIDA on three of her last four appearances, so she knows the filly very well.
She has come close to success on a couple of occasions, including last time out when she was third of 10 at Haydock (5f).
This horse has not been easy to handle, hanging hung left at various stages of her last race but, if she does settle in this contest, she will have an excellent chance off this latest mark.
LiveScore selection: Amor De Mi Vida.