KRB had a good year despite the disruption of the Corona virus with 138 winning purchases, with the highlights being the Cheltenham Festival win of Imperial Aura, a Grade 1 winner with The Storyteller, and Group 2 and 3 wins on the flat with Isabella Giles.
December was another good month for KRB with lots more winners, the highlight being the superb win of Lake View Lad in the Grade 2 Many Clouds Chase for Nick Alexander.
Imperial Icon at Hereford for Imperial Racing and Kim Bailey
Imperial Acolyte at Ffos Las for Imperial Racing and Nigel Twiston – Davis
Cant Stop Now for Chris Gordon at Fakenham
Newtown Boy at Musselburgh  for Keith Dalgleish, his 4th win.
Calivigny at Ayr for Nick Alexander his 8th success
Travail D’Orfeuvre debut win in bumper at Ayr for Nick Alexander
Feldspar on the flat at Wolverhampton for Keith Dalgleish and Straightline Bloodstock
Fern Hill winning for the second time at Wetherby for Ben Case
Kilbrew Boy at Wincanton for Ben Case and ridden by his son Charlie
Catbird Seat on the flat at Wolverhampton  for Alan King and owner Dan Gilbert
Ask Me Early over fences at Chepstow for Harry Fry
Unexpected Depth at Punchestown for Oliver McKiernan his 3rd win
Boothill at Taunton for Harry Fry and Brian and Sandy Lambert impressively on his hurdling debut
Irish Aclaim at Dundalk for Richard O’Brien
Ratfacemcdougall at Musselburgh for Graeme McPherson his 4th win
Precious at Plumpton on bumper debut for Anthony Honeyball and Philip Cartwright
A Large One Please at Catterick for Oliver Greenall
Catena Zapata at Dundalk for Henry de Bromhead and owner Ben Halsall his first winner
Shanty Alley at Uttoxeter for Ben Case
Princess Roxy at Fakenham for Ben Case
Goodnight Mr Tom on the flat at Newcastle for Tracy Waggott
My Girl Maggie at Wolverhampton for Mark Johnston and owners Paul and Clare Rooney.
The New Year started well with Minella Escape winning the maiden hurdle impressively at Tramore on New Years Day for Henry De Bromhead and Alan Halsall.
My Girl Maggie won again on the flat at Wolverhampton for the Rooneys.
Velvet Elvis won the maiden hurdle at Cork for Thomas Gibney
There was more Grade 1 success for KRB with Metier winning the Tolworth Hurdle by an impressive twelve lengths at Sandown for Harry Fry and owner Gary Stevens. Metier is now being aimed at the Supreme Novices Hurdle at Cheltenham.
A Happy New Year to all and hope you have a successful, prosperous and healthy 2021.