Current Kim Bailey Racing Syndicates

Current Partnership Horses

Shinobithemoney Syndicate

Shinobi was purchased from the Newmarket Tatts Guineas Sale in May 2019 after failing to see the racecourse on the flat for David Simcock. He is a fine looking horse by Ifraaj, the same stallion as Charbel and although it is early days, we are very pleased with what we have seen so far. He made his racecourse debut in October where he won first time out at Exeter, he then finished fourth at Huntingdon before heading to Cheltenham on New Years Day where the ground was too testing for him. He will now have a short break before heading over hurdles in the spring.

To view his form Click Here

The Ten Sages

Voyburg is our latest syndicate horse made up of 10 enthusiastic owners. This stunning individual is by young sire Sageburg whose offspring include Cheltenham Festival winner Ch'tibello. Very light on his feet, we think this horse will have a huge future and plan to start him off in bumpers this coming spring.

Yes He Does Syndicate

Does He Know is the first horse we have trained by Alkaased, he is a five year old who won his only start in an English point-to-point. A very happy horse, he always looks to be enjoying his work and likes to get on with things. He made his racecourse debut for us in October, finishing second around Hereford. We stepped him up in trip on his next start when he again finished second in what looked like a very competitive race around Ludlow. He has had a break mid winter and will be back on the racecourse in the spring.

To view his form Click Here

The Belle Stars

Yeavering Belle is a good looking mare, leased from Ian & Tockie Mckie who intend to breed from her when she has finished racing. She is closly related to good chaser Dublin Flyer and she surprised everybody when winning her bumper at Warwick in March 2019. She went on to be placed in a bumper at Cheltenham in April and has proved to be very successful over hurdles, winning at both Newton Abbott and Ludlow, her only two starts over hurdles so far. She is a mare who likes top of the ground and now with a handicap rating, she will be having a short break before running again in the spring.

To view her form Click Here

Bucks Fizz

Drumreagh is a hardy looking mare who seems to have a very good attitude to life. After being brought down on her debut, she finished second of thirteen in a point-to-point, jumping well and staying on very strongly. She has had three runs over hurdles this season and continues to improve for the experience.

Click here to view her form.

The Fiftyshadesofneigh

Donnie Brasco was purchased at the Cheltenham Tattersalls sale in February 2019 after he made a winning debut in a point-to-point; an embryonic chaser, he looks to have a bright future under rules.

He has had three runs over hurdles, being placed on every occasion, he is sure to win before the end of the season and is very much a chaser for next season.

To view his form Click Here

The Jury

Adjourned was purchased from the Cheltenham Tattersalls sale in November 2018 after winning a bumper at Southwell and was quickly syndicated by members of The Jury.

He has had three runs over hurdles and now that he has a handicap mark, he is shaping well for a spring campaign.

To view his form Click Here

Surf on the Turf

Subway Surf was purchased at the Cheltenham Tattersalls Sale in May 2018 after she won her only start in an Irish point-to-point. A very athletic mover, who has a great pedigree and will certainly make a fantastic brood mare once her racing career is over.

Having won her first bumper around Ludlow in January, she followed up impressivley around Chepstow, winning two of her three bumpers. She made her hurdling debut in November and has run three times, being placed second and third on two occasions; we are sure that she will win this season but will be a better horse over fences.

To view her form Click Here

The No Risk Syndicate

Pond Road is a french bred 4 year old by the popluar sire No Risk At All. He had two runs in bumpers before going hurdling, and our initial progress was good but his last run on very heavy ground at Warwick was disappointing. He has had a short break and will be returning to the racecourse this spring; hopefully we will see a changed horse when he runs on more suitable ground.

To view his form Click Here

The Midgelets Syndicate

Espoir de Romay was in Ireland prior to coming to Thorndale and was in training with a view to running in a Point-to-Point however, it was deemed more time would be benefical and how they have been proved right.

He made his hurdling debut at Warwick last March where he finished an eyecatching fourth, after a summers break he began this season by winning impressivley first time out. He was narrowly beaten when looking all over the winner at Newcastle and is sure to win again over hurdles before the season is out; he will be a promising chaser with an exciting future.

To view his form Click Here

The Second Chancers

Shantou Express was purchased from the Goffs Landrover Sale 2018, a lovely free mover who came to hand quite quickly last season. We decided to run in a bumper at Ludlow in March and frankly we were slightly disappointed that he was beat. The form of the race has worked out to be very strong, which he then franked by winning impressively at Straftord. The plan was always to go for the listed race at Ascot where he found the ground far to heavy for him but, having said that, he still ran an absolute blinder to finish third only beaten by 4 1/2 lengths. He is qualified to run in two more bumpers this season and the plan is for him to go novice hurdling; he is a horse we think has a very bright future.

To view his form Click Here

 

The Schiaparellis

Lord Apparelli was purchased as an unbroken store from the Goffs Sale May 2018, he is a full brother to Prince Llywelyn who we like enormously.

This big horse did not run last season but has had two runs in bumpers so far, finishing fourth at Ascot and then second at Ludlow. He is very much a horse for the future who will continue running in bumpers before heading over hurdles next season.

To view his form Click Here

Inn for a Penny

Balleticon an athletic son of Arakan caught the eye at the Cheltenham Breeze Up sales in 2017.

Arakan is a very good flat sire producing Gr1 winners Dick Turpin and Toormore but is now also producing quality national hunt horses, including dual bumper winner Thebannerkingrebel. The dam is a point winner and is from the same family as Cheltenham Festival winners Java Fox and Hartstown.

Balleticon is an exciting prospect who had three runs in bumpers in 2018, finishing second at Southwell and Chepstow. Sadly he came back with a slight injury following his run at Bangor which resulted in him missing this season, he will return to training in the summer and will be a much stronger horse for the break, he will go novice hurdling this year.

To view his form click here

The Commodores

Commodore Barry is a fine imposing 5 year old son of Presenting who had two runs in Irish point-to-points finishing fourth and second before we purchased him at the Goffs UK sale in spring 2017.

He had a really good first season over hurdles winning four times before making his chasing debut this season. A fantastic jumper who has been slightly unlucky as on his first two starts, he was very narrowly beaten into second place. He was fourth last time out at Newbury in what looked a competitive race and following a short break over the winter, will be back to run again in the spring to continue his promising chasing career.

For his form please click here

The Red River Syndicate

Red River is a good looking son of Beneficial who we purchased at the Tattersall Cheltenham sale in April 2017 after finishing second in an Irish point-to-point. He is a very free and athletic mover with a good old fashioned English pedigree which includes Champion Hurdler Night Nurse.

In 2017/2018, his first jump season, Red River won his novice hurdle at Wincanton impressively and followed up with a good third in a very competitive Grade 2 hurdle at Sandown. He capped off his season with another great win at Musselburgh.

Beginning his 2018/19 season with a novices chase at Ludlow, Red River was running a great race when slipping on landing at the 4th last and was pulled up. After a summer at grass, he returned to training and was going very well when falling on his seasonal debut in a competitive chase around Newbury, subesquently suffering a minor bone injury and will miss the rest of the season.

For his form please click here

Moremoneythan Syndicate

Vinndication was bought as an unbroken 3 year old in May 2016. His first season over jumps was in 2017/18 where he started off by winning a bumper at Ludlow and soon turned his attention to hurdles, where he won all three starts. He went chasing last season and started his career with an impressive win at Carlisle in November which was followed up with a win at Ascot in December. We were disappointed when he finished third at Sandown but, when you look at the two horses that beat him Defi du Seuil and Lostintranslation you soon realise that being two lengths behind them is no disgrace. He returned to training this winter with an impressive win in a £100,000 handicap at Ascot which made his race total to 7 wins out of 9 starts, something not many horses achieve. He has suffered a slight setback over Christmas and is now back in the full work and will run in the spring.
 
For his form click here.

Stillmoremoneythan Syndicate

Arthur's Sixpence ran in two English point-to-points finishing first and second. He had four runs over hurdles finishing fourth and second and then in May of last year, he started his chasing career at Newton Abbot where he finished a good second. Following one further run, we felt he needed a break for the winter and as he loves fast ground, he is being aimed at a summer campaign after May 1st where he will resume his chasing career. He is a far stronger horse now which we are sure will put him in good stead when he returns to the track. 

For his form click here

The Blazing Optimists

Blazon was initially purchased at Goffs Doncaster sales 2016 with a view to running over hurdles. He started life for us in bumpers winning on his first occasion at Lingfield and then went onto finish second carrying a penalty at Huntingdon. Somehow hurdles and he never really got on so we decided to start him off on the flat and once we got him handicapped last winter, he rattled off three wins within a month in early 2019. The handicapper has caught up with him a bit but once down to a respectable level, he should be winning again; his career is very much on the all weather and not hurdles.

For his form please click here

The Lucky Spinners

Silver Kayf started his life in bumpers where he finished second at Ascot and third at Newbury. His novice hurdle career looked promising when he won two races at Huntingdon and Ludlow and was probably unlucky not to win a third at Warwick. We then went chasing and although he finished fifth on the occasion, he didn't really jump as well as we had hoped so we have since returned to hurdles. We believe him to be very unfairly handicapped and although he has been placed over hurdles since, he should be better in the spring on better ground and the handicapper will have hopefully relented a bit further.

For his form please click here

Youneverknow Syndicate

Younevercall is a former bumper winner who won his first start over hurdles at Uttoxeter and from then on quite honestly has been a revelation and is virtually our highest rated horse in the yard at 157. He might not run very often as he is not a horse that takes his racing too well, he likes fast ground and a tight track which limits us emourmously. He is a very good horse with his last run at Sandown in April 2019 where he won the bet365 Select Hurdle. He sadly sustained a suspected hairline fracture when he ran at Royal Ascot in June and has since had a break. He is now back in full training with the view to going back to Sandown again this April.

For his form please click here

Bailey’s Blog

28-01-2020 06:42:10 in General by Admin
Plus 1 and dry when driving in. We had a fair amount of rain last night. We jumped Rhosneigr and Lady Of The Night over hurdles and First Flow over fences. Graham Potts our regular vet is away for the week on holiday so one of the other vets Kate was here to trachea wash a couple and take a few bloods.. This weeks movers and shakers in the BHA handicap charts were.. Diamond Gait goes down 2 to ...

Read more...

Read More