The Seaborough handler is no stranger to big-race victories over jumps in the Emerald Isle – most recently seeing his stable stalwart Unowhatimeanharry claim a second Ladbrokes Champion Stayers Hurdle at the Punchestown Festival.
Having previously been trained by the now-retired Luca Cumani, Four White Socks is a relatively new addition to Fry’s yard.
The daughter of Lope De Vega was an impressive winner at Goodwood last summer and will make her first competitive appearance since September in Friday’s Group Three feature.
Fry said: “We’ve had her for a few months and we’ve been happy with what she’s shown us.
“We’ve decided to send her across for the Munster Oaks in the hope that she can pick up a bit of black type.
“She’s a rare runner on the Flat for me, and my first runner on the Flat in Ireland, so we’re looking forward to it.”
Four White Socks heads a field of seven runners, with Aidan O'Brien doubly represented in his bid to claim this prize for a fifth time in the last six years.