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30th September 2019

Plus 10 and dry when driving in.

Yesterdays yard Open Day was a resounding success. The new format of yard being open in the morning followed by lunch at The Frogmill was a hit and everybody seemed to really enjoy themselves.

It rained during the morning and in fact it was pretty miserable. With no planned parade the weather was not going to ruin the day..

The horses looked fabulously well in their stables while being admired by their owners.

Maddie and Sandie manned the coffee and tea bar which helped warm people up.

Lunch at The Frogmill went off well, the food was excellent, and the large party room was heaving with tables.

Richard Parsons (magician) wandered round the tables during lunch and some of his tricks even amused the die hards who seen it all before.

I spoke for while about the season that has been and the hopes for the coming winter and then our guest speaker Cornelius Lysaght took to the stage and had us all laughing..Mostly at my expense..

Nigel Kirby was on hand to take photos.. On the right is a flavour of the day..

It was a long day and a good one. Thanks to all my team for putting on such a good show although some were worse for wear after! And to finish.. a large thanks to my owners for their support.

Those who were unable to make yesterday will of course be sent an open day brouchure, but if you were not one of my owners and would like a brochure from yesterdays open day please email me at info@kimbaileyracing.com

To download a brochure please click here.

Don't forget to enter our free in house 5 to follow competition.. Great prize. Lygon Arms

Monday morning and understandably fresh horses.

David and Julie Martin and Dan Hall were here third lot to see their horses Charbel and Minella Warrior canter and then they went up to see Jason Maguire’s Ivy Lodge Farm where I Cant Explain and Rhosneigr are on the water treadmill.

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