LIFE keeps getting better for Bryony Frost.
Fresh from Grade 1 glory over Christmas the talented young rider landed the £75,000 Betfred Classic Chase on Milansbar at Warwick yesterday.
She had Neil King’s strong stayer up with the pace throughout. After seeing off the challenge of Missed Approach it was clear the pair were going to collect turning for home.
Bryony Frost and Milansbar win the Classic Chase at Warwick
The 12-1 shot – wearing blinkers for the first time – popped over the last two fences and drew right away from runner-up Cogry for an 11-length success.
Frost beamed: “He’s polite, lovely big-striding horse. Neil said to believe in him but to remember you might have to be scrubbing for a long way. It wasn’t like that – my arms got more work than my legs today.
“The Welsh National didn’t go to plan. He got swallowed up – he’s got an opinion so he didn’t like it. I don’t blame him.”
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