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BRITAIN: Metier to sidestep Betfair and head straight to Cheltenham
Irish Field Contributor
The Tolworth Hurdle winner is the shortest priced British runner in the Festival curtain raiser
BRITAIN: Metier looks another top Tolworth prospect
The former Andy Slattery trained flat horse looks a serious prospect over hurdles after his runaway Tolworth Hurdle win at Sandown
26 April 2019 Inside Racing
TALKING TRAINER: Packing for Punch
Ronan Groome talked to Willie Mullins, Henry de Bromhead, Harry Fry and Philip Hobbs ahead of the Punchestown Festival next week
BRITAIN: Fry flying as Winston inches home
There was also plenty of success for raiding Irish trainers at Musselburgh and Hexham
DONN McCLEAN: Behind Time has scope for progression
Donn McClean makes his selections at Haydock today
30 March 2018 Previews
BRITAIN: Mullins makes most of Kempton chance
Nicky Henderson, Paul Nicholls, Harry Fry and Alan King were also among the winners on the all-weather at Kempton
BRITAIN: Drumcliff scores easily
The progressive winner looked impressive winning given a fine ride by Harry Fry's sister-in-law, Aine O'Connor
26 January 2018 International Racing
BRITAIN: Fry’s quick-fire double
Harry Fry was in form as he turned out two winners at Kempton on Tuesday; Golan Fortune won for trainer Phil Middleton
29 December 2017 International Racing
RORY DELARGY: Five to follow from the left field
Rory Delargy looks at five different horses in Britain who could be worth following this season
27 October 2017 Inside Racing
PUNCHESTOWN THURSDAY: Harry turns tables on Nichols Canyon
The season's top staying hurdlers Unowhatimeanharry and Nichols Canyon serve up an epic finish with Harry Fry's charge victorious
28 April 2017 Racing News
CHELTENHAM: Coleman takes the riding honours
Aidan Coleman, Davy Russell and Harry Fry enjoy success at Cheltenham's April meeting
BRITAIN: American is much too good
American was withdrawn from Cheltenham by Harry Fry but won the Betfred TV Novices’ Handicap Chase at Uttoxeter; Richard Johnson is on course for another jockeys' title