Trainer James Tate says Final Voyage will race in the Listed Burradon Stakes at Newcastle on Friday.
The three-year-old has been in sensational form recently, winning his last four starts, and he is now set for a run at Newcastle in what should be a step up in class for the son of Camacho.
However, Tate believes his colt has the right temperament to keep up his current form.
“He’s been a great horse for us over the winter,” he said.
“He’s won his last four and he’s five from six on the all-weather. Obviously it’s a step up in grade, but he’s been in very good form and he deserves to take his chance.”
“I’d say he’d be tactically able to do whatever he needs to give him the race, it’s just a question of whether he can step his form up again.
“He hasn’t disappointed us for the last four runs and I think he is unlucky not to be unbeaten on the all-weather, so we are very much looking forward to the race.”