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Saeed Bin Suroor completed a solid day for the Godolphin team when Retrieve justified support in the Listed Aqlaam Godolphin Stakes.
Speaking from Newmarket Bin Suroor said: "He likes this ground and he has improved a lot.
"There are no plans, but we will look for a Group race either here or abroad. I expect he will go to Dubai in the winter."
On a female-weighted afternoon, there was the opportunity for Chigun (5-1) to gain some priceless black type in the Listed Mawatheeq Rosemary Stakes, although Tom Queally was desperate for the line as 11-4 favourite Thistle Bird whittled her advantage down to a neck.
Sir Henry Cecil's assistant, Mike Marshall, said: "I think the owner (Ibrahim Araci) would like to put her away now. She has plenty of scope and he's going to keep her in training."
Normal service was resumed for John Gosden and William Buick as Seek Again (4-1) made a winning debut in the Nunnery Stud E.B.F. Maiden Stakes.
"He's a nice sort of horse and I thought he picked up well. We'll have a discussion if he runs again this season," said Gosden, who had been disappointed a bruised foot had ruled Winsili out of the Fillies' Mile.
The nobly-named Henry Allingham (15-2 favourite) grabbed the Standing For Success Handicap (Silver Cambridgeshire) in the final strides from Classic Colori.
David Eustace, assistant to trainer Roger Varian, said: "He has been running over a mile all season and we were confident about the step up in trip.
"I'd say he'll be kept for next season, although he is in the horses in training sale."