Charlie Hills Is Currently currently looking forward to Watching Stewards’ Cup hero Khaadem Yield to the highest Degree from the Sprint Cup at Haydock on Saturday.
The Black Angel colt was a shade disappointing on his previous appearance in Group One firm when seventh in the Commonwealth Cup at Royal Ascot in June – ending 10 lengths.
However, a runner-up ending behind German raider Waldpfad in the Hackwood Stakes at Newbury was a step in the ideal direction and he turned what is generally among this season’s most competitive sprint handicaps into a procession at Goodwood on his most recent appearance.
Hills told Sky Sports Racing:”They had a bit of rain last week, but it should not be a issue. So the floor might be on the slow side there’s perhaps prediction later in the week, but that should be handled by him.
“It was pretty slow in Newbury when he won there in the spring, so I’m fairly relaxed very.
“We’re quite far back in halfway (from the Stewards’ Cup). He showed a good turn of foot and also made a great deal of earth up, although they came back to him a little bit.
“We have been delighted with him since. It’s a significant step up from a handicap to a Group Certainly, but I think it’s the only method we could go really.”