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Trainer Profile

Kim has come from a background in Jump racing and he is absolutely passionate about the sport.  He started his career in the leading Jumps yards of Captain Tim Forster and Fred Rimell before starting up on his own. He has a wealth of experience on which to draw from.

Among his most notable triumphs are the win of Mr Frisk in the Grand National, Master Oats in the Gold Cup and Alderbrook in the Champion Hurdle.  He has an excellent win to runners percentage and has finished in the top five jumps trainers table for most of the last decade.

 
 
     
     
     
  Based:  Cheltenham
  Horses in Yard 100
  Yard Type National Hunt
  Staff 30
  Years Training 35
  Jump Wins 7
  Flat Wins 32
  Total Win % 16%
  Stable Star Ballyknock Lad
     
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Yard Details      
         

Kim Bailey moved to his Thorndale Farm yard in 2006. Set in 1,000 acres of grazing farmland the facilities have been designed with both horses and the staff's comfort and happiness in mind. Most yards are a fraction of this size and scope.

Kim houses about 70-100 horses in training at any one time and has a full range of facilities, including walkers, exercise paddocks and lunging pens as well as turf and All-Weather gallops.

He maintains a very highy quality website, with a daily blog which reports on a wide range of events happening at the yard each day.  It is difficult to organise visits to a yard like this during the season itself, as Kim can often have half a dozen runners a day, but the Spring offers a good opportunity to visit, once the jumps season has started to wind down. 

         
         
 
                
             
   
 

 
 
     


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