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Fryer wants repeat performance at Fakenham

PUBLISHED: 07:03 21 April 2014

Wymondham horse trainer Caroline Fryer.

Wymondham horse trainer Caroline Fryer.

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Wymondham trainer Caroline Fryer hopes to continue a fine season at Fakenham this afternoon where she tries to repeat her success at the same meeting last season.

Fryer had two winners at the North Norfolk course last year and this afternoon has chances in four contests.

In the opener at 1.55pm she runs last year’s winner County Zen under Ally Stirling, although course and distance winners Regal D’Estruval from Grand National winning trainer Dr Richard Newland, and Maller Tree, look favourites.

Volcan Surprise has been winning points for Fryer and goes in the 2.30pm under Rupert Stearn with Thetford-based David Kemp a rival on Master Workman.

Fryer’s last time out Towcester winner Doyenne Dream, goes in the 3.05pm where the main threat appears to be Michael Gates’ Killegney under Peter Carberry.

Should Gates score, he holds double hopes when previous course winner Full Ov Beans takes his chance in the 3.40pm. Little Jimmy, a winner at Stratford last time, is the market leader.

Fryer has possibly her best chance in the 4.15pm with Stirling riding Storm To Pass.

Jack Bene, looks set for the Queen’s Cup at 4.50pm while Kemp runs Moroman, another last time winner.

Terry’s tips: 1.55pm Regal D’Estruval, 2.30pm Volcan Surprise, 3.05pm Killegney, 3.40pm Little Jimmy, 4.15pm Peterbrown, 4.50pm Jack Bene, 5.25pm Ellin’s Tower.


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