The unbeaten colt landed the Autumn Stakes on his final outing last year, and has spent the winter in Newmarket.
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While he will start his season off in the first Classic, it is the Investec Derby in June that Bin Suroor sees as a more suitable test.
"He stayed in Newmarket - we had others for the UAE Guineas and Derby," said Bin Suroor.
"We have a plan for him. He'll start off in the Guineas, and will go straight there.
"A mile and a quarter will be fine for him, and we see him as a Derby horse - he'll have no trouble getting the trip."
Military March (Timeform rating 118p) is faring well so far as preparations start to move up a gear for the forthcoming campaign.
Bin Suroor added: "He won at Newmarket over a mile last season. I've been back from Dubai to see him a few times, and he is doing well.
"We're starting to ask more of him now.
"We won't bother with a trial - it will be straight to the Guineas. We might run him in the Dante, or we might just go straight to the Derby after that- it depends how he runs.
"I've always liked him - even as a yearling, I just liked the way he looked. I trained his dam (Punctilious), so I know the family."