The winner, who started 7-2 favourite, was given a typically patient ride by Noel Fehily who stalked the field for a circuit before launching a coolly timed run that saw Henryville earn a first prize of £22,377 with the minimum of fuss.
Fry revealed that Henryville came back into training earlier than most of his team with this race in mind.
He said "It looked an ideal target at this stage of the season and we could bring the horse back here for another valuable race in October".
This impressive success proved a timely advertisement for the skills of the trainer as he prepares to launch his Harry Fry Racing Club at the start of September.
The club has leased four horses including the smart mare Highland Retreat who switches to fences this season.
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