HARRY FRY can quite rightly take a bow as one of the emerging talents of the Jumps scene as his progress over the past five seasons has been nothing short of phenomenal and 67 winners on the domestic front in 2016/2017 earned Manor Farm in Seaborough near Beaminster £886,752.
That easily beat the 54 winners and £718,943 of the 2015-16, and for this season the exploits of stable star Unowhatimeanharry and Fletchers Flyer on their travels to Ireland may help him pass the million pound barrier for a first time.
Unowhatimeanharry will be called on to be a major contributor once more and Fletchers Flyer could be looking for some lucrative days in Veteran Chases come the turn off the year. However, Fry remains focused on maintaining an upward curve and he has several as yet untapped types that looks sure to become familiar names to National Hunt enthusiasts in the seasons to come. Just for good measure Fry even has a progressive sort in the Flat division with Golden Birthday set to bid for a hat trick at Doncaster this weekend.
Harry said: “There are some exciting horses in the yard and we have a lot to look forward too again. Hopefully, we can keep them fit and healthy and let the horses do the talking on the track.”
Harry kindly spoke Tony Elves of ATR about some of those he hopes will be making there mark in the busy months ahead.