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Excitement for the Harry Fry Racing Club as new season begins.

01-October-2015 0:00
in General
by Admin

The success of our Racing Club last winter has encouraged us to put together four horses for its members for the new season which begins in earnest over the next few weeks.

Forty enthusiasts who joined the Harry Fry Racing Club a year ago enjoyed a highly successful first campaign with three winners from twenty one runners with four also being placed.

Horses running in the colours of the club earned £46,000 in prize money with the classy mare Highland Retreat unquestionably the star of the team.

She has now retired to stud after being covered by Fame And Glory, but the ever consistent Blue Buttons is back in training again for the HFRC along with three others who should give all the members plenty of fun and interest in the months ahead.

Blue Buttons will soon be starting a new career over fences. First, though, she could run once more over hurdles in a valuable mares’ handicap at Wincanton on November 7.

Voix D'eau, aged five, is set to run in a novice handicap chase at Ludlow on October 7. He won over hurdles in France before joining us and finished second in his only start over fences recently.

Unowhatimeanharry, winner of a bumper on his racecourse debut, is a new addition to the Racing Club. He has run well over hurdles several times and I would like to think it will not be long before he gets his head in front.

Pampanini, a four year old filly by Milan, makes up the quartet who are all leased for the season. A half-sister to Zulu Oscar, who won three times for us, she should be ready to run before the end of the year and is likely to start in a bumper before switching to novice hurdles.

For further information on the Harry Fry Racing Club please contact Jamie Turner on 07968 179087 or email

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