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Harry Fry Racing trains three talented mares for the syndicate; Outofthisworld, White Hart Lady and Whitehotchillifili.




2013 bay mare by Shantou (USA)
ex Mystic Masie (Ire) (Turgeon (USA))

Purchased as a foal, she was always an attractive filly – strong, good bone and a lovely mover. She comes from an excellent family. All her siblings are in the same mould, a half-sister to Reine de Whitfield in training with Willie Mullins, a full brother, Angels Breath, rated 146 sold for £85,000 as a 3-y-o and a half sister who made £50,000 also as a 3-y-o.

Outofthisworld has won a bumper and a hurdle race and we have very high hopes for her over fences. Having had a couple of attempts over the bigger obstacles she has shown an aptitude for them, but with heavy ground to contend with during the 2019/20 season which wouldn’t have suited, she looks a nice type to go into the new season with.



2014 bay mare by Doyen (Ire)
ex Hats And Heels (Ire) (Flemensfirth (USA))

A very well-bred bay filly by Doyen out of a winning mare Hats And Heels who, trained by Willie Mullins, won twice from only four races before suffering an injury which foreshortened a potentially glittering career.

White Hart Lady ran in her first bumper at Aintree in October 2019 and impressed everyone when she won easily under the hands and heels of Sean Bowen. A stunning performance, after which she ran in all the top bumper races with great credit. We look forward to seeing her start her hurdling career next season for which she is a very exciting proposition.



2014 bay mare by Milan (GB)
ex Mhuire Na Gale (Ire) (Norwich (GB))

A bay filly by the high class proven stallion Milan out of Mhuire Na Gale. Her mother has produced Wild West Wind trained by Tom George and Redhotfillypeppers, bought for €200,000 trained by Willie Mullins. Both are winners and Whitehotchillifili has not disappointed as she won easily on her debut in a bumper at Southwell in December 2018, beating strong opposition.

She is very highly thought of by Harry Fry and finished 4th in the Listed EBF/TBA Mares’ Bumper Series Final at Sandown when she ran really well on very soft ground and was well fancied for the mares’ Grade 2 race at Aintree. She has since won two hurdle races and finished a good 6th at the Cheltenham Festival when running with every chance two out. She looks terrifically exciting for us ahead of the 2020/21 season.

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