SEABOROUGH trainer Harry Fry secured an impressive debut win with Whitehotchillifili in the closing bumper at Southwell.

Racing in the colours of the Chasing Gold Racing Club, she was given a patient ride by Mike Legg who settled the horse into the race before guiding the debutant into contention.

Speaking on his official website blog, Fry enthused that he "couldn't possibly hope for more" from a maiden run.

He said: "Whitehotchillifili came home so strongly that she was firmly on top well before the finishing line and eventually won decisively from the 9-4 favourite Daario Naharis, who boasted solid form.

"You couldn’t possibly hope for more from a horse on their first run.

"We can’t say we were expecting fireworks because she hadn’t shown a great deal at home but she was ready to start and we thought she would come on for the experience.

"So it was a nice surprise to see her putting her seal on the contest in some style.

"We will monitor how Whitehotchillifili comes out of the race before making a plan but imagine she will either go for another similar bumper under a penalty or we will aim higher and pitch her into a mares' Listed bumper, maybe at Market Rasen in January."