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Ed Dunlop: Keen to test God Willing
Ed Dunlop is keen to learn more about God Willing's future aspirations by testing him at Pattern level in Thursday's Somerville Tattersall Stakes at Newmarket.
Part-owned by the powerful Qatar Racing operation, the juvenile made an excellent start to his career with a winning debut in a Newbury maiden in mid-August, taking gold with a degree of authority.
He remains at seven furlongs but steps up to Group Three class for his latest assignment.
Dunlop said: "It's a bit of a quicker rise than we would ideally like, I think, but it's on our doorstep and it's part of a learning curve with him.
"Like a lot of horses he had a bit of a dirty throat, which held him up, but he is a nice, big colt and anything he can do this year is a bonus.
"We're not quite sure where we're going with him, so we'll see how it goes on Thursday."
God Willing is one of two colts in the eight-strong field defending an unbeaten record, the other being Godolphin's Silent Bullet.
A winner at Haydock in both July and August, his trainer Saeed bin Suroor is similarly keen to see how his charges fares in better company.
Bin Suroor said: "It is so far so good with him, in his last piece of work he worked well and I'm happy with him.
"He is in good form, this is another step up so we will see how he goes."
Richard Hannon has won three of the last four runnings of this event and is this year represented by Championship, who has not been seen since a disappointing run at Royal Ascot in June.
The trainer told his website: "Championship looked smart when winning first time out at Newbury, but he then came back jarred up after disappointing in the Coventry Stakes at Royal Ascot.
"However, his enforced break has done him good, because he looks magnificent and has been moving better than he has ever done, and, though it is a step up in class, he deserves a crack at a Group race.
"I hope the ground has not dried up too much, but win or lose he will be a lovely horse for next year."
The Clive Brittain-trainer Brazos has something to prove after failing to live up to expectations in a Listed heat at Doncaster.
Brittain said: "We were disappointed with his last run and think he's a lot better than he showed that day.
"It was a falsely-run race, they went very slow early and then sprinted and he just got caught flat-footed.
"He never got involved and never really had a race on the day, but he seems to be in good form at the moment.
"If he can come back to his previous form, I would hope he'll run well."
Cable Bay, Mawfoor, Miracle Of Medinah and Nezar complete the line-up.