Mark Johnston intends to make a Phone that is late on whether Dee Ex Bee will line up for Saturdays Qipco British Champions Long Distance Cup.
After kicking off his campaign with victories in the Sagaro at Ascot and the Henry II Stakes at Sandown, the four-year-old stuffed the runner-up behind the Stradivarius in the Gold Cup at York.
Johnston said:I dont understand, Im going to take a look at it.
For all we know he likes soft ground, they have switched into the inner Apartment monitor and there is not an inner Flat track, so far as I am concerned – it is the obstacle track.
They have spent all that cash and I feel the entire issue is a bit of a mess.
I need to speak to the owners, but I dont know whether I need to take a chance with him at the end of the year for a Group Two.
Dee Ex Bee was last seen discomfort a short-priced conquer when third in the Prix du Cadran at ParisLongchamp at the onset of the month.
Reflecting on that reverse, the coach added:I had been really disappointed. They moved a very slow rate, they were all sat there on the bridle in behind the leader and at the end hes been beaten by a front-runner.