Saeed bin Suroor will stay patient with Raaeb, who made a winning debut at Doncaster.
The Raven’s Pass colt was sent off the 11-10 favourite against rivals who had already achieved a good level of shape and it was fairly simple for the bracket of Jim Crowley, however the Godolphin trainer is already thinking with him.
“He is a great colt, and he’s always demonstrated a thing in the morning,” said Bin Suroor.
“We have no plans at the moment because of him. We are going to look for a race – but he is a horse who is going to be nice later on, because he showed plenty of ability.
“I have always enjoyed him, but we must see another time he runs. He will have yet another race, then we will look to next year with him.”
Another rookie won for the yard at Chelmsford – that the filly Perfect Number.
“My three-year-olds happen to be backward, and now they are all set to conduct,” explained Bin Suroor.
“At this time we can see that she’s skill. I don’t think we’ll require her – it is more likely she’ll remain in England.
“We will search for one more race for her, possibly two, before we set her away”

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