SEABOROUGH handler Harry Fry continued his fine run of form with a double at Worcester on Wednesday.

Teaming up twice with jockey Noel Fehily, the Dorset-based trainer saddled Steel Bob (11-8) to victory by two-and-a-quarter lengths in a novices’ hurdle.

And it only took an hour before Fry’s yard was on the board again.

Old Harry Rocks (5-6) justified his odds-on price tag with a four-and-a-half length success over Global Bonus to make it a double on the day for Fry and Fehily.