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Vandeek back ‘in good health’ ahead of July Cup bid

Vandeek back ‘in good health’ ahead of July Cup bid
Vandeek back ‘in good health’ ahead of July Cup bid

Vandeek remains “very much” on course for the My Pension Expert July Cup at Newmarket after being forced to miss Royal Ascot.

The son of Havana Grey, unbeaten during a superb juvenile campaign, did not take his place in the Commonwealth Cup due to an abnormal blood count.

He won his maiden at Nottingham last July before stepping up to Group Two level to claim victory in the Richmond Stakes at Goodwood and then completed a hat-trick in the Prix Morny in France.

Vandeek rounded out his season with further Group One glory in the Middle Park Stakes at Newmarket.

Trained by the father and son duo of Simon and Ed Crisford, he was beaten on his three-year-old debut at Haydock but connections were expecting an improved display at the Royal meeting, only for a minor setback to ruin those plans.

However, Chris Wall, racing manager to owners KHK Racing, is happy with his work heading into the July Cup.

Reflecting on missing the Royal meeting, Wall said: “The Crisfords weren’t happy with how he was and his blood wasn’t right, so he didn’t go there.

“He’s been training nicely. He looks to be in good health, he looks very fresh and well and full of himself.

“The plan very much is to run him in the July Cup next week.”

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