Connections say Unowhatimeanharry has suffered no ill effects after a fall in the JLT Hurdle at Ascot on Saturday.
The Harry Fry-trained 10-year-old fell at the eighth when challenging for the lead but Frank Berry, racing manager to owner JP McManus, says Unowhatimeanharry will be back in action soon. “He came out of the race fine,” Berry told reporters.
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“It was a bit unfortunate what he did, but Harry was happy with him this morning. “Wherever the next staying hurdle comes up, he’s likely to be there.”
The JLT Hurdle was won by Paisley Park, ahead of West Approach and Top Notch.