Amateur Rider required for the 2020/21

We are looking for an Amateur Rider to join Kim Bailey Racing for the upcoing season.

Please contact either Kim or Matt to discuss your experience 01242 890 241 (Office), 07831 416 859 (Kim), 07903 655 731 (Matt)


Pupil Assistant

Kim Bailey Racing requires a Pupil Assistant to join the team for the upcoming National Hunt season, offering a great opportunity for someone who wants to further their career within racing.

Applicants must be hard working, enthusiastic, ride work to a high standard, be capable of driving a 2 horse box and have experience working in racing; good references are essential.

We offer good wages, accommodation and pool money bonuses with plenty of opportunities to go racing.

Please email your full CV through to Matt Nicholls at or call the office on 01242 890 241

Stable Staff - Full Time

We currently have vacancies for Stable Staff for the upcoming season, if you would like to apply, please send your CV through to or call Matt Nicholls on 07903 655 731

If you would like an insight into working at Thorndale Farm please watch this video clip.


Kim Bailey Racing Ltd Recruitment Policy
Kim Bailey Racing Ltd is an equal opportunity employer.
The aim of our recruitment policy is to find the right person for each job based on the key skills, knowledge or aptitudes required for the job. We will not discriminate against job applicants because of a protected characteristic and we are commited to treating all applicants in the same way regardless of race or colour, nationality or ethnic origin, religion or religeous belief, sex or marital status, pregnancy, sexual orientation, disability or age.

Bailey’s Blog

23-09-2020 11:27:20 in General by Admin
Plus 8 and damp when driving in. A bit of welcome rain (4mm) overnight. We worked Doctor Haze, Creswell Legend, Dandy Dan, Getaweapon, Gerard Mentor and Inca Rose this morning. David Bass was over to watch..His promised post card from Italy finally arrived yesterday.. Showing his sense of humour..? There is much talk about owners going racing and the need for them to be there when their horses ...


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