Timeform pick out three bets from Wolverhampton on Monday…
“…he has been gelded since his latest start and looks on a good mark based on the pick of last season’s form…”
Timeform on Sir Gnet
Diviner failed to justify strong market support on debut at Salisbury, but she was clearly in need of the experience (staying on late after running green). Likely to be a different proposition this time, she is the most appealing of these. Blasim will be a key player if building on debut promise back on the AW. However, she was disappointing at Windsor and bigger threats may be posed by newcomer Global Goddess and Willow Brook.
Raashdy proved better than ever when making it five wins from his last eight starts after four months off over C&D 12 days ago, and a further 4 lb rise may not prevent him going in again. Song of Love arrives on the back of a win and second last month and should give another good account, while Attain has had excuses for her last two defeats and is likely still in form.
Sir Gnet is still seeking his first taste of success, but he has been gelded since his latest start and looks on a good mark based on the pick of last season’s form. He will get plenty of assistance from the saddle, too, with Silvestre De Sousa doing the steering, and could be worth chancing in an open heat. King Oswald was in good form prior to a below-par display at Newcastle and is next best ahead of Compass Hill and Orobas.