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Bryony Frost says strong support from Sandown bettors convinced her she was right to take on the role of Robbie Dunne

Of all the winners Bryony Frost has ridden, few have ever felt so emotional – and that has nothing to do with the size of the race.

Landing Tingle Creek, a Class One chase at Sandown, was clearly a joy when she got home on Greeneteen two weeks ago.

Frost says the cheers from the Sandown crowd have strengthened her in her faith

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Frost says the cheers from the Sandown crowd have strengthened her in her faithCredit: PA

However, the cheers of the crowd on the way back to the winners’ quarters were much more than that of the punters who lined their pockets.

It was the most public demonstration of faith, love and support that Bryony did indeed when she went to the BHA to make a complaint. Robbie Dunne’s Bullying.

And they weren’t shy to let the world know where their feelings lay, as she was given a standing ovation and given three cheers.

Frost “It was at that moment that I felt I was right, I was not my own.

“It was support from the racing public, they were like a mass family. I feel really personal thumbs, ‘you’re getting high marks, keep kicking, stay who you are’.

“I have never felt it to such an extent. Every eye contact at Sandown I made, every cheer, really hurt me. . . and at every racecourse since then.

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“At Sandown, I didn’t want to go back to my interview because I felt I didn’t give them enough back for the support they’ve shown.

“And lost words is not me!”

Frost also wanted to get things straight about the comment that sparked the outcry in this case, when Louis Weston QC, who represents the BHA, called the weight room culture “stale”.

Despite being isolated at times, Frost, 26, insists: “It is important to say that there are extremely professional and good people in the weight room.

“It’s not all like that – far from it.

‘LOTS OF REALLY GOOD PEOPLE’

“Not everyone in there should be tarnished with that brush.

“There are a lot of really good people inside.”

Even so, there are circumstances that lead to and in which case Frost is said to have some sort of outsider feeling.

Last week they finally started to change for the better again.

She revealed: “I felt like I was part of the weight room, they wanted me to sit down and have a cup of tea with them.

“I haven’t felt that way in a while.”

Frost after riding Greeneteen to victory in Betfair Tingle Creek at Sandown earlier this month

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Frost after riding Greeneteen to victory in Betfair Tingle Creek at Sandown earlier this monthCredit: PA

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