JUMP racing’s golden woman Bryony Frost faces one other massive weekend however boss Paul Nicholls doubts she might ever be champion jockey.
Frost has been one of many stars of the season with a string of Saturday winners and her enthusiastic submit-race patter.
She is going to experience crack novice Black Corton in Saturday’s Sodexo Reynoldstown Chase at Ascot.
The pair landed the Grade 1 Kauto Star Chase at Kempton on Boxing Day to make it six wins from seven races since they team up collectively final summer time.
Frost stated: “He’s superior. Jumping is the secret and he jumps – he was electrical at Kempton. I don’t know why we get on so nicely we simply do.”
The 22-yr-previous might additionally team up with Frodon within the Grade 1 Betfair Ascot Chase after their spectacular Cheltenham handicap success final month.
Nicholls stated: “It’s fairly potential she might journey Frodon.
“He did go notably properly for her the final day and she or he in all probability deserves to journey him however I simply need to look at the opposite conferences first.
“She rides very nicely and horses run for her. She’s been given the chance to journey some actually good horses and she or he delivers.
“However she does want to be taken care of slightly bit – she doesn’t need to be getting a great deal of falls.
“If she will decide and select she’ll finish up driving 50 winners yearly – hopefully good winners.
“I feel there’s no probability by any means of her being champion jockey – will probably be arduous for Josephine Gordon on the Flat.
“Jumping you’ve to have six rides every single day like McCoy had after which deal with the falls. Bodily it’s robust for the women to deal with.”
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