The Tapit colt, who strung together a debut maiden victory with scores in the Nashua and Remsen (both gr. II) stakes, drew post 2 of 6 for the 1 1/16-mile test and will have regular rider Junior Alvarado in the irons.
Mohaymen has stretched out successfully from six furlongs to 1 1/8 miles. The Remsen showed his ability to settle off the pace and take dirt along with the tenacity to split a narrow opening between horses.
"He's pretty seasoned for only starting three times," trainer Kiaran McLaughlin said. "We know he can handle most things thrown at him at this stage."
In preparation for the Holy Bull, Mohaymen worked a bullet five furlongs in :59 2/5 Jan. 21 at Palm Meadows, fastest of 10 at the distance.