Welcome to Caroline Bailey Racing                   

We are based in rural Northamptonshire. We run a small, friendly yard which specialises in giving individual attention to each of the horses.

Caroline has been involved with horses all her life. Her father, the late Dick Saunders, rode as an amateur and successfully trained with a permit. He rode Grittar to win the Grand National in 1982. Her mother, Pam, rode in point-to-points and enjoyed many years in the hunting field.

Caroline evented successfully as a teenager, beginning in the Pony Club and going on to compete for the British Junior Team at the European Championships. She began riding in point-to-points aged 16 years and rode many winners. She rode 18 winners under National Hunt Rules and was the first lady jockey to ride at winner at Cheltenham Racecourse, winning on Ptarmigan III.


Caroline had a very successful career training point-to-pointers before taking out a full license in 2006. She trained Castle Mane to win the Cheltenhan Foxhunters and the Champion Hunter Chase at Punchestown and Gunner Welburn to win the Aintree Foxhunters. Her husband, Gerald, now trains the point-to-pointers in a yard adjacent to the National Hunt horses.

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