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Bryony Frost Booked Rides For Today, Tomorrow & At Punchestown

Bryony Frost is the leading woman jumps jockey in the history of UK jumps racing, and she consistently rides in top-level races throughout the season. Frost was just the second female rider to win a Grade 1 in the history of National Hunt racing and was also the first to win a Grade 1 race at the Cheltenham Festival. Bryony Frost rides at various tracks every week, and fans and punters visiting horse racing betting sites alike are always interested in her whereabouts. That’s where this dedicated page comes in.

Bryony Frost Punchestown Rides

On this page, you can find all of the information on where Bryony Frost rides today, Frost’s booked rides for tomorrow, and any booked rides she may have in the future. We have the latest live betting odds on all of Bryony Frost’s horses from the UK’s best betting apps and betting sites, as well as free bet offers to use if you fancy one of Frost’s booked rides.

Bryony Frost Rides Today and Tomorrow

If you want to know at which track Bryony Frost rides today, then look no further. Right here we have everything you need to know on Frost’s book of rides for today's horse racing action and live updated odds on every horse she is due to be on board.

If you need to know about Byrony Frost’s booked rides for tomorrow in advance, this is the place to find out. As soon as declarations are made, this section will provide you with the leading jockey’s confirmed rides for tomorrow. You can also find the early prices on Frost’s horses when they become available.

 

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Bryony Frost Future Rides

A jockey with the talent of Bryony Frost can be booked for big race rides well in advance, so this section is here to provide you with any of the confirmed bookings for the record-breaking rider. Of course, not all prices will be available until closer to race time, but ante post horse racing prices for the season’s biggest races are likely to be available. Keep a close eye on any updates, as it is always a good idea to get the early ante post price on any Bryony Frost horse, as they are usually well-backed as the races move closer.

Predicting Bryony Frost’s Rides in Big Races

Bryony Frost can be in high demand for the National Hunt season’s biggest races, particularly from her boss, Paul Nicholls. Having won races like the King George VI Chase, the Tingle Creek and the Queen Mother Champion Chase, Frost has proved herself at the highest level and will surely have a strong book of rides at the big festivals throughout the season, so checking the Cheltenham odds before the festival will always be a good idea. Below, our racing experts will attempt to decipher which horses that Bryony Frost may partner in some of the most famous contests of the season.

Who will Bryony Frost ride in the Grand National?

Bryony Frost has had just two Grand National rides to date, her first being a fine effort to finish fifth on Milansbar in 2018, before she was unseated by Yala Enki in 2021. There is no guarantee that she will have a ride in this season’s contest, but Paul Nicholls does have Threeunderthrufive and Highland Hunter as possible runners, so Frost may end up on one of these two.

Who will Bryony Frost ride in the Champion Hurdle?

Given that Bryony Frost’s boss, Paul Nicholls, is without a serious contender for the Champion Hurdle at Cheltenham, it is unlikely that she will have a ride in the race this season. With Frost’s other regular trainers, Neil King and Lucy Wadham also unlikely to have a Champion Hurdle contender, the best she can hope for is to pick up a spare ride elsewhere.

Who will Bryony Frost ride in the Champion Chase?

Bryony Frost enjoyed one of her career highlights to date when partnering the Paul Nicholls-trained Greaneteen to victory in last season’s Tingle Creek Chase at Sandown. Greaneteen might be the horse to provide the top woman jockey with a ride in this season’s Champion Chase.

Who will Bryony Frost ride in the Gold Cup?

There is only one horse that Bryony Frost will ride in the Gold Cup in 2023, her long-time ally Frodon. The pair have enjoyed incredible success together thus far, including victory in the 2020 King George VI Chase at Kempton – the first time a woman had won the prestigious race. Frodon and Frost could only finish fifth in last season’s Gold Cup, but if Paul Nicholls decides to send his charge back for another go in this campaign, you would be brave to write off the chances of Frost and her beloved equine partner.

Who will Bryony Frost ride in the King George?

As stated, Bryony Frost became the first woman to ride the winner of the prestigious King George VI Chase in 2020. Frodon is likely to be geared up for an attempt to regain his crown this season, and if he does line up at Kempton, Frost should again be in the saddle.

Bryony Frost Biography

Born in Buckfastleigh, Devon, Bryony Frost was always destined to be involved in the jump racing game. Her father, Jimmy Frost, is a trainer and former jockey who won the 1989 Grand National on Little Polvier, whilst her brother, Hadden, was also a successful jockey and has a Cheltenham Festival winner to his name. 

Like many jockeys, Frost learned her craft on the Pony Racing circuit before eventually moving into the point-to-point field, where she tackled jumps for the first time. She proved to be a natural riding horses over the obstacles, catching the eye of top trainer, Paul Nicholls, who started to use her on some of his horses on the track.

Bryony recorded the first major victory of her career when winning the 2017 Foxhunter Chase at Cheltenham, planting herself firmly into the limelight and giving her the confidence to turn professional just a few months later.

One thing that Bryony Frost has become famous for is her ability to form successful partnerships with certain horses throughout their careers. The first of these close bonds came with the ultra-consistent Black Corton.

Black Corton provided Bryony with her first win as a conditional jockey, and that was the start of a five-race unbeaten run that would have left visitors of the best horse racing betting sites customers pretty happy. On Boxing Day of the same year, Black Corton provided Frost with her first Grade 1 win in the Kauto Star Novices’ Chase at Kempton. Eight of the horse’s nine career victories came with Bryony Frost in the saddle.

Three days prior to her first Grade 1 success, Frost started another partnership with a horse that would provide the leading jockey with many more memorable days in the future. Frodon, finished second at Ascot on that occasion, but after subsequently winning four of their next nine races, horse and jockey headed to the Cheltenham Festival to take a shot at the Ryanair Chase. With arguably the gamest performance of the week, Frodon and Frost battled up the hill to win by one-and-a-quarter lengths. It was another unforgettable moment in the young jockey’s career, as she became the first woman rider to win a Grade 1 at the festival.

More history was made by the pair on Boxing Day 2020, when Frost became the first female rider to win the prestigious King George VI Chase at Kempton. 

Bryony Frost FAQs

Where is Bryony Frost riding today?

Bryony Frost rides at various tracks throughout the week, so to keep up to date with where Bryony Frost rides today, check out our dedicated section above, where we have all of the information on her booked rides, including live prices from the leading betting sites in the UK.

Where is Bryony Frost from?

Bryony Frost is from the small town of Buckfastleigh, Devon, which is in the south west of England. Frost is the daughter of Grand National winning jockey, Jimmy Frost, and sister to Cheltenham Festival winning jockey, Hadden. But she has blazed her own trail in racing.

How tall is Bryony Frost?

Bryony Frost is just over 5'5" in height. This is probably a little below the average for a jumps jockey, but that can prove to be an asset for riders when tackling fences. The shorter the rider, the less they are likely to weigh on the horse.

Has Bryony Frost retired?

No. Bryony Frost is not retired from riding, although she is just now returning from serious injuries sustained at the Aintree Grand National meeting in April. On that occasion, Frost fractured a vertebra and also suffered a serious shoulder injury.

How old is Bryony Frost?

Jockey Bryony Frost was born on 13th April 1995, meaning that she is currently 27 years old at the time of writing. This is a relatively young age for a jockey, so Bryony will hopefully be around for many more years.

Is Bryony Frost Irish?

No. Bryony Frost was born in Devon in the south west of England. She did enjoy one of her biggest career successes to date across the Irish Sea, however, steering her old pal Frodon to victory in the Ladbrokes Champion Chase at Down Royal.

How much is Bryony Frost worth?

Knowing how much a jockey’s net worth may be is never easy, but with Bryony Frost’s success in racing so far, as well as media work and her own stud, Frost would likely be one of the wealthier jockeys in the game.

Where does jockey Bryony Frost live?

Bryony Frost is from the town of Buckfastleigh, Devon, which is in the south west of England. She is still living in the area and is currently setting up her own stud business, which should mean she stays close to home for the foreseeable future..

Has Bryony Frost won the Grand National?

No. Bryony Frost has never won the Grand National at Aintree and has only had two rides in the race to date. Frost finished fifth in her first attempt on Milansbar in 2018, before being unseated by Yala Enki in 2021.

How many races did Bryony Frost win at Cheltenham?

Bryony Frost has recorded two victories at the Cheltenham Festival. In 2017 she steered Pacha Du Polder to victory in the Foxhunter Chase, before creating history by becoming the first female jockey to win a Grade 1 at the festival when winning the Ryanair Chase on her beloved Frodon in 2019.

Who does Bryony Frost ride for?

Bryony Frost rides for the all-conquering trainer Paul Nicholls, for who she is a retained jockey. She is also the stable jockey for Lucy Wadham and regularly rides for Neil King. Frost also picks up spare rides when available for many other trainers across the UK.