Kim Bailey has trained over 1300 winners and is lucky enough to have achieved the magical "Big Three", The Grand National in 1990 (Mr Frisk), The Cheltenham Gold Cup in 1995 (Master Oats) and The Champion Hurdle in 1995 (Alderbrook).
Kim has come from a background steeped in jump racing, having started his career with both Captain Tim Forster and Fred Rimell before setting up on his own, giving him a wealth of experience on which to draw from. His base in the Cotswolds is a state-of-the-art training facility, combine this with an enthusiastic support team and an exciting selection of young horses, life at Kim Bailey racing is second to none. One of the key aims of Kim Bailey Racing is to ensure all the horses are trained in a safe, relaxed and professional environment using training methods which unite orthodox procedures with an individual approach that generates the best possible performances from the horses. Kim’s hallmark has been the ability to blend strict training discipline with the patience and individual care that is given to each and every horse in the yard. Kim regularly writes a blog on his website that is always a good read and gives a real insight into the life of a top racing trainer.
The 2020/21 season has already been a successful one with over 50 wins including a Grade 1 at Ascot with First Flow and in total over £500,000 in prize money.