Charlie Hills’ Khaadem set for Sprint Cup at Haydock

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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