Racing: Bailey case reopens

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KIM BAILEY'S case reopens at Bow Street Magistrates' Court in Central London today. The trainer and the former Thames Valley Police officer Robert Harrington are jointly charged with conspiracy to burgle the property of Bailey's former stable jockey Norman Williamson.

Bailey, 45, was not present in court last month when the case was adjourned until today.

The 45-year-old, who trains at Old Manor Stables in Upper Lambourn, won the Grand National with Mr Frisk in 1990 and landed a rare Cheltenham Gold Cup-Champion Hurdle double with Master Oats and Alderbrook in 1995.

Harrington, a private investigator, is further accused of attempting to deceive the jockey Jamie Osborne of pounds 500.