South Devon jockey Bryony Frost could celebrate a Christmas 'double' to remember as she prepares to ride two of her favourite horses, Frodon and Greaneteen, in big races at Kempton Park's holiday festival.
Racing fans have been solidly behind the 26-year-old rider from Buckfastleigh during the inquiry which upheld her complaints of 'bullying and harassment' against fellow jockey Robbie Dunne, and the roof will come off the Kempton stands if she and Frodon repeat their 2020 victory in Boxing Day's King George VI Chase.
Somerset trainer Paul Nicholls, going for a fourth successive win in the race, reports Frodon in top shape, and hopes are also high for his Greaneteen.
Frost won Sandown Park's Tingle Creek Chase on the seven year old recently, and he goes in the two-mile Silver Orchid Chase on Monday.
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