Talented female jockey Bryony Frost, is best known for being the first female to win a Grade 1 at Cheltenham Festival. Her victory came on Paul Nicholls-trained Frodon in the Ryanair Chase. A young Bryony started a very successful pony racing career during which she achieved 50 wins, as well as being Devon and Cornwall Champion several times. In 2013, she won her first Leading Lady Rider Championship for Devon and Cornwall and won again in 2016. Bryony has won a massive 56 races as well as nine Hunter Chases during her Point to Point career.
Furthermore, in 2015, during her time riding as an Amateur, she became the National Lady Jockeys N.H Champion. Bryony mainly rides for former champion trainer Paul Nicholls, but has previously ridden for her Grand National winning father Jimmy Frost an Neil King.
She turned professional in July 2017, having some extremely successful opportunities, including winning seven out of eight of her first professional winning horse, Black Corton. Her first Grade 1 win came in December 2018 at the Kauto Star Novices’ Chase. Just after that win, Bryony went on to win The Badger Ales at Wincanton for the sponsors, riding Present Man. Moreover, she won the Ladbrokes Handicap Hurdle on Old Guard at Newbury. In 2018, she took part in The Betfair Classic Chase in Warwick, which she went on to win with ride Milansbar, and also achieved the impressive 17-length win on Frodon in The Crest Nicholson Chase at Cheltenham. Bryony made history in March 2019, after winning a Grade 1 at Cheltenham Festival and becoming the first female jockey to do so. She had previously won at the festival in 2017 as an amateur.
As a result of her incredibly successful career and becoming a professional jockey, Bryony decided to start working as a Pupil Assistant, helping out others in their journey to success. Bryony is a superb talent and would be wonderful addition to any corporate event. Being an expert in her field, she would be able to provide crucial insight into the horse riding world, as well as inspiring and motivating others to get involved in the sport.