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Bryony Frost out for lengthy spell with broken collarbone following France fall

Bryony Frost will not be able to ride for the foreseeable future after she broke her collarbone after a fall in France on Sunday.

Frost has been riding for owners Simon Munir and Isaac Souede, who are famed for their ‘double green’ colours, since the start of May after opportunities on British proved less frequent in comparison to previous years.

She suffered the fall while riding at Le Lion D’Angers, which left her in immediate distress. Munir has now confirmed the injury in a statement released on his official X account.

“Unhappy to report that Bryony Frost has broken her collarbone as a result of her fall at Le Lion D’Angers on Sunday,” the statement read.

“Wishing her a speedy recovery and looking forward for her to be back riding for Team Double Green very soon.”

A timeline has not been given on Frost’s return but she will be targeting a rapid recovery with the French jumps season still in full swing, where the Grade One-winning 29-year-old receives a weight allowance when competing against her male counterparts.

Frost recorded her first win since moving across the Channel, aboard Likata at Sable-sur-Sarthe on May 26.

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