Monster Bet: Salvator Mundi the long odds saviour in the Stradivarius silks at Yarmouth

A hot novice stakes at Yarmouth could mean this Galileo colt, trained by the Gosdens in the Stradivarius colours, has been overlooked in the betting on Monday, October 11.

There's nothing sketchy about this Da Vinci inspired tip, who could be quick on the draw at Yarmouth.

1.00 Yarmouth - Salvator Mundi

Named after the famous Leonardo Di Vinci painting, this classy colt could be about to have a brush with being a first time out winner for the Gosdens.

A seriously expensive novice stakes, with several of the entrants costing North of £200,000, could go the way of this two year-old owned by Bjorn Neilson who also owns the superlative Stradivarius.

Sired by the late, great Galileo, out of French winner Bufera, Salvator Mundi is likely to have the stamina to see the seven furlongs out when his inexperienced rivals begin to flag on the Yarmouth good to soft.

His brother Gloria Mundi went in at the first time of asking at Newbury in April.

Any sort of showing by this Gosden runner could see these sort of first time out odds evaporate.

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