Bryony Frost is tipped to become the greatest female jockey of all time. She was crowned Champion conditional jockey earlier this year, and in March 2019 became the first female to win a Grade One jumps race at the Cheltenham Festival.
The 24-year-old from South Devon predominantly rides for 11-times Champion trainer Paul Nicholls, as well for her father Jimmy Frost who won the Grand National in 1989. Bryony has recently enjoyed big race wins on Black Corton, Pacha Du Polder, Frodon, Milansbar and Present Man.
Known as “The Golden Girl in Racing”, Bryony’s effervescent and personable nature endears her to all within the sporting, media and corporate worlds. Whilst side-lined with injury, Bryony co-presented on ITV during the Aintree Festival and Grand National in April 2019 (having finished 5th in the National the year before).
Bryony regularly appears on the front covers and back pages of newspapers and magazines and is a regular contributor on various TV & radio stations.
She is an ambassador for the Jockey Club and occasionally writes columns for BBC Sport. She loves cars and in her spare time climbs Dartmoor tors.
Wins Conditional Jockeys Title
Wins the Ryanair Chase (Cheltenham Festival)
Becomes 1st female to win a Grade One over jumps at Cheltenham Festival
Finished 5th in the Grand National
Becomes 2nd woman to reach 75 winners that year
Wins the Foxhunters Chase (Cheltenham Festival)
BBC Sport column
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