Timeform pick out their three best bets from Perth on Sunday...
"...the fact he is proven in today's conditions is a big plus..."
Timeform on Honourable Gent
HELLO FELLAS has shown only a fair level of form since switching to handicaps, appearing to stay this longer trip without improving for it when third at Bangor last time. It would be no surprise to see him take a bigger step forward here, though, still relatively lightly-raced after all, and this looks a good opportunity in against largely out of form or badly-handicapped rivals.
HONOURABLE GENT had been progressing well when last seen and, despite proving easy to back, picked up where he left off to complete a hat-trick after 14 months off over C&D last time. He is closely-matched with the similarly unexposed Okotoks on that form, but the fact he is proven in today's conditions is a big plus, and Nicky Richards' charge looks sure to be thereabouts once again, as long as he does not bounce on his second run after an absence.
SENSE OF URGENCY stepped up on her reappearance to get off the mark at Hexham last month, edging ahead soon after the last and responding well. A 4 lb rise in the weights makes life tougher, but she still rates the most solid proposition in a race where the majority have questions to answer. Green Zone won this corresponding event from 10 lb higher last year and would be dangerous if staging a revival.