Harry Fry says he is undecided on the next targets for Unowhatimeanharry and Neon Wolf after their Cheltenham losses.
Unowhatimeanharry was the favourite for the Stayers’ Hurdle but came in third, while Neon Wolf finished second behind Willoughby Court in the Neptune Novices’ Hurdle.
Fry admits he was disappointed the pair failed to record wins at Prestbury Park and is in no rush to set any new targets for the duo.
“We will give all the Cheltenham horses a week to 10 days off and see how they come out of it before making any plans,” he said, as reported by Sporting Life.
“In an ideal world Neon Wolf would have won, but he ran very well and we have an exciting horse on our hands.
“Without doubt he will be jumping a fence next year, as he looks a chaser through and through. He is a nice one to look forward to.
“Plenty of good horses have finished second in the Neptune and gone on to good things.
“Naturally I’m disappointed with Unowhatimeanharry, but he was just not good enough on the day.
“His best form is on slower ground and, like Neon Wolf, softer ground would have made a big difference, but that is racing and it is the one thing we can’t control.
“Again, we will see where we are in a week to 10 days before making any plans.”