ISHKHARA Lady became Seaborough trainer Harry Fry’s fifth bumper winner in the past three weeks after his charge saw victory on her debut at Plumpton.

Lady galloped through and claimed a wide Sussex success when she beat Moroder by 15 lengths.

Speaking on his website, Fry said: “A four-year-old filly by Scorpion she had been going nicely at home with some of our promising youngsters.

“We know the family well having had a fair bit of success with her half brother Zulu Oscar.

“But you never really know until they get to the racecourse and the dream is very much alive after Ishkhara Lady won with eye-catching ease by 15 lengths from Moroder.”

As a result, Lady earned £2,274 in prize money for the victory in the last race of the day.

Fry added: “It was a brilliant result for her owners, The Horse Flys Partnership who have been very patient since we bought her at Goffs May sale at Doncaster last year.

“They were previously involved in our racing club and were keen to become more involved.

“A wind op in the autumn delayed Ishkhara Lady’s debut but the wait was certainly worthwhile as she travelled smoothly through the race before easing to the front turning for home and quickly pulling clear.”

Ishkhara was ridden by Noel Fehily, who was among those very impressed by her triumph.

Fry has said he will keep her to bumpers for the rest of the season.