FROST BRYONY SAYS BLACK CORTON IS A FAIRY TALE
A happy ending characterizes every fairytale, and this is one dream of Bryony Frost towards the upcoming RSA insurance Novices’ Chase at the Cheltenham Festival for her Mare, Black Corton. Frost has at high hopes that she is going to claim her eighth win on the three-mile prize. “It has been a road up most especially with the excitement and build-up” she confessed. “I think it would be great if I can arrive at the car park at Cheltenham that very day.
The 22-year old hopes to bag a hat-trick with a brace already up her sleeves. “People think all of these should just come to an end. Well, you know what I think? I think they should go get themselves a lottery ticket.”
“I know the race would be a very fast and difficult one at the festival, but the truth is I can sense a lot of confidence in him and trust me to give him a better fighting chance by riding him with every confidence.”
“I feel no pressure whatsoever. However, I feel a desperation to succeed and make him a better superstar than he currently is.”
No one actually would have believed that Frost would be this enthusiastic today considering the first time they paired up at Worcester in July. “My level of concentration right now is high as I am focused on how to get it right for him. I would be heartbroken if I end up messing up even if it is a bit.”
“My dad has always taught me to ride like a demon, and that is exactly what I am going to do on Wednesday as I hope to achieve the very best for Corton. It is uncertain if another fairy tale like him would ever cross my path again. He made me, and I think he deserves a payback.”