Charlie Hills is currently looking forward to seeing Stewards’ Cup hero Khaadem Yield to the Maximum Degree in the Sprint Cup at Haydock.
The Dark Angel colt was a disappointing on his only appearance in Group One company when seventh at the Commonwealth Cup at Royal Ascot in June – finishing 10 crosses behind Martyn Meade’s Sprint Cup favourite Advertise.
A runner-up conclusion behind German raider Waldpfad at the Hackwood Stakes at Newbury was a step in the perfect direction and then he turned that which is generally among the very aggressive sprint handicaps of this season into a procession in Goodwood on his look.
Hills told Sky Sports Racing:”They had a bit of rain there last week, but it shouldn’t be a issue. There’s perhaps prediction so the ground might be on the slow side, however, he must handle this.
”It was fairly slow in Newbury when he won there in the spring, so I am pretty relaxed really.
”We were very far back at halfway (at the Stewards’ Cup). They probably came back for him a tiny bit, however, he showed a fantastic turn of foot and also made a lot of ground up.
”We’ve been delighted with him because. It is a huge step up in the disability to some Group One, however, I believe it’s the only method we could go ”
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