The exciting son of Dubawi has been one of the stars in the two-year-old division, winning his maiden with consummate ease and then taking the Solario Stakes and Champagne Stakes in impressive fashion.
Gosden feels the impeccably bred colt, owned by Lord Lloyd-Webber, is ready for the step up to the top level.
“He’s in great form, very happy with him. He’s a sweet, lovely horse to be around,” the Newmarket trainer told At The Races.
“He’ll pick up and do a little piece of work next week, a couple of bits, and then hopefully on to the Dewhurst.
“We couldn’t be happier with him. He’s got a high cruising speed and a great turn of foot.
“It’s not like me to take a horse from a maiden to a Group Three to a Group Two. I don’t normally do that kind of thing with two-year-olds. I go quietly along, but he’s a well-bred horse.
“He’s put himself forward, he’s up for the game. He’s exciting. It’s a leap in class every time and we couldn’t be happier with him and he’s a very together horse.”