Current Kim Bailey Racing Partnerships

Current Partnership Horses

The Commodores

Commodore Barry is a fine imposing son of Presenting who has had two runs in Irish Point to points finishing fourth and second in what looked like the most competitive races run all season.

The horse that won his first race subsequently sold for £250,000 at the Tattersalls Cheltenham sale in April. Commodore Barry will either start off in bumpers or will go straight hurdling.

For Commodore Barry's form please click here

The Red River Syndicate

This good looking son of Beneficial had one run in an Irish point to point where he finished second. He is a very free and athletic mover and has a good old fashioned English pedigree which includes Champion Hurdler Night Nurse. 

Red River won his novice hurdle at Wincanton impressively first time out and followed up with a very good third in a very competitive Grade 2 hurdle at Sandown. He has the size an scope to be a chaser and could well be a very exciting horse.

For Red River's form please click here

The Oyster Catchers

An athletic rough diamond, Dusty Pearl is by a Montjeu stallion Frozen Fire (Irish Derby Winner) out of a Kahyasi (English & Irish Derby winner) mare.

He has finished second in a 2m 4f point to point, only beaten just over 2 lengths by Article Fifty, who subsequently made £115,000 at Goffs sales. We are convinced Dusty Pearl should have won this race and therefore, feel he is great value.

Only a week later Dusty Pearl was placed in a 2m 1f bumper at Aintree. Racing against older horses, the only other two 4 year olds in the race finished last and last but one, however, Dusty Pearl finished very strongly failing to get second by a nostril. The form of this race is working out well with the fifth horse winning his next race.

We strongly believe there is improvement to come from this hidden gem, who will continue over hurdles this winter.

To see Dusty Pearl's form click here

Got Involved Partnership

A 3 year old gelding with a fantastic pedigree by top class sire Dansili, the 2nd top rated sire in Europe. He is the sire of over 170 Black type winners plus 20 Group 1 winners including Harbinger, Flintshire, Rail Link, Dank and The Fugue.

Progeny progress extremely well and he is providing many national hunt winners including Gr3 chase winner Perce Rock and our very own exciting bumper winner Blazon. Involve’s dam, Popular, is from the family of Champion mare and Oaks winner Midday plus other Group 1 winners Elmaamul and Reams Of Verse.

Involve had an encouraging first run in a bumper at Towcester and will have learnt plenty from his experience.

For Involve's form please click here

Moremoneythan Partnership

Vinndication an athletic 4 year old gelding  by the up and coming sire Vinnie Roe, who won the Irish St Leger 4 times, is producing many notable winners including impressive Gr2  winner Neon Wolf and is from the same family as Irish Grand National winner Insure

Vinndication was progressing very well at the end of last season before having a set back which resulted in him not getting a run. However, this may have been a blessing in disguise as he now looks so much stronger and more mature after his break. He won his first bumper impressively at Ludlow and then followed up with an impressive win at Leicester in his first hurdle race.

For Vinndication's form click here.

Kim Bailey Racing Partnership

Kayf Storm is a well bred grey filly is by champion sire Kayf Tara, the sire of many top class horses, including World Hurdle winner Thistlecrack and RSA Chase winner Blacklion.


She is being leased from Overbuy Stud, which is where Kayf Tara stands. Her dam, Royal Keel, has had 5 previous runners, all of whom have won and is from the same family as 15 times winner The Tsarevich and Group 2 winner Relkeel.

She will start off in bumpers.

For Kayf Storm's form please click here

The WOW Partnership

Bandon Roc is a good looking son of Shirocco ( sire of Annie Power) but was weak and backward in his first season with us. However, he rewarded his owners patience when earlier this year he won 3 races in 10 days!

Hopefully Bandon Roc is still improving and this fine stamp of a horse who will continue over fences this season.

For Bandon Roc's form click here

Dare I Say Partnership

Desaray is an athletic looking 5 year old gelding is by top sire Milan out of a dam by champion sire Presenting.

He has an excellent national hunt pedigree, from the same family as Gr.1 bumper and hurdle winner Liss A Paoraigh, Scottish Grand National winner Baronet and Gr.2 Peter Marsh chase winner The Outlier. Desaray’s  sire has produced many Cheltenham Festival winners including Champion Hurdle winner Jetzki. Other notable horses include Beat That (dam also by Presenting) the conquerer of Festival winners Don Poli and Cole Harden.  

Desaray finished second over 2 miles at Warwick on his first start for us. He is an exciting potential chaser having already won a 3 mile point to point in Ireland by an impressive 12 lengths.

For Desaray's form click here.

Blazing Optimists

Blazon is a three year old son of Dansilli who was in pre training with Juddemonte Farms before being bought at Goffs Doncaster sales in May. 

Blazon won impressively first time out for us on the all weather at Lingfield; his last run for the season was at Huntingdon where he finished second and showed us that he has a promising future.  He has been progressive over hurdles so far and will continue running over hurdles this season.

For Blazon's form please click here

Robins Outlaws

Chateau Robin is a smart looking bay gelding by the sire Robin des Pres. He was second on his debut run in a bumper at Carlisle in April.  We bought him at the Tattersalls Cheltenham sale in April and looks a very promising prospect for the future. Chateau Robin ran well for a long way to finish 5th on his first start over hurdles for us and continued to show us that he is more than capable of winning when finishing second twice at Warwick in the spring.

For Chateau Robin's form please click here

The Lucky Spinners

Silver Kayf is a stunning free moving son of Kayf Tara.

This 4 year old has an excellent pedigree being from the same family of Listed hurdle winner His Nibs, Gr.1 second Splendid Thyne and Cheltenham Festival RSA chase winner O’Faolains Boy.

He qualified for the £50,000 Doncaster Sales Bumper and ran a hugely promising race to finish fifth and followed that up with a hugely encouraging second in a competitive bumper at Ascot.  He ran again in the very competitive Doncaster Sales Bumper at Newbury and finished a running on third. Unfortunately he had a fall over hurdles first time out but since has finished placed over hurdles and should continue to improve.

For Silver Kayf's form please click here

Chasing Hopefuls

Our Belle Amie is a hugely likeable filly who has got a fantastic pedigree.  Our Belle Amie ran a little green in her first bumper at Hereford but ran on and finished a very promising fifth. She continued to improve and finished her season with a very good second at Wetherby. but this year she will go novice hurdling. Our Belle Amie was a most encouraging second on her first start over hurdles and has the size and scope to go along way in the future.

We hope she lives up to her mother's name (Very Special One)!

For Our Belle Amie's form please click here

Younevercall Partnership

Younevercall is a seriously good looking six year old son of Yeats who was placed third on his debut run to the high class Welsh Shadow in a national hunt flat race at Wetherby. He then went on to win on his second start in national hunt flat race at Southwell.  

Younevercall started his hurdling career with an impressive win at Uttoxeter first time out and ended last season with another good win at Huntingdon. Younevercall has again won very impressively at Kempton and is now rated 143

For Younevercall's form please click here

Kim Bailey Racing Partnership VIII

Knockanrawley by Sadlers Wells offspring Portrait Gallery this tough Grey gelding is a winner of a Point To Point and since joining us has been a complete star for his owners. In his first run at Towcester he rather surprised us when he stayed on well and won under Tom Bellamy.

Since then he has won over hurdles and fences and after a year off through injury has returned better than ever finishing second in the Eider. Potential Grand National horse?  we hope so but Knockanrawley does need soft/heavy ground.

Knockanrawley is still progressing and who knows he could be a potential Grand National horse in time.

For Knockanrawley's form click here

Kim Bailey Racing Partnership VII

Milord was a decent flat horse in Germany and came over here with a BHA rating of 88 although he is yet to have had a run on the flat over here.  He has had fourteen runs over hurdles winning at Wincanton and being placed on numerous occasions including when he was fourth in the Fred Winter Novice Handicap at the Cheltenham Festival.

Milord had ran over hurdles last season and his second run at Towcester was a winning one. We gave him one run over fences in the spring and he has since had a run in a handicap chase at Stratford where he finished fifth and showed that fences will be on his agenda for the remainder of the season.

For Milord's form click here

Bailey’s Blog

12-12-2017 17:23:51 in General by Admin
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