Bob Baffert is a renowned racehorse trainer in the United States of America. He has established a horse farm with the objective of buying, training and caring for racehorses as if they belonged to him. People and companies pay large amounts for well-bred horses and many will spare no expense to ensure that these steeds come out tops, and that is where Bob Baffert Racing Stables comes to the fore.
Bob Baffert's stables boast a team of assistant trainers who work with him to select good horses to purchase, as well as in the process of breaking in young horses. Baffert is well respected in horse racing circles as he associates with top, highly experienced horsemen and women so as to keep abreast of trends and developments in this fascinating sport. All those interested in doing business with Bob Baffert can be assured of his extensive expertise that gives clients the edge. Bob Baffert Racing Stables has some real championship horses which have brought him much recognition. Recognisable names amongst his herd include Captain Steve, Real Quiet, War Emblem, Thirty Slews, Congaree, Vincication, Silver Bullet Day and Point Given.
As a youngster, Bob Baffert was raised on an Arizona cattle ranch in Nogales. He followed in his father's footsteps as a horse lover. His father, Bill Baffert Sr. bought a quarter racehorse called Baffert's Heller. When Baffert's Heller was retired young Bob spend much time grooming and riding him. Bob Baffert competed high school in 1971 and went on to become a jockey. During this time he won almost 30 races. He continued pursuing his passion at the University of Arizona with the Racetrack Management Program. The year following graduation Baffert worked a number of positions. He got a few quarter horses together and started racing them at Rillito Downs with some success. The stable flourished and Bob later moved it to Los Alamitos during 1983. Here he became well-known as the trainer of champions. Over a period of 7 years he had met with victory on practically all the important quarter horse races.
In 1988 Bob Baffert began taking an interest in thoroughbred racing. During 1991 Baffert moved his operation once again, this time to Santa Anita Park, which is where you will find it today. In 1992 he gained his first Breeders' Cup with Thirty Slews. Through the years Bob Baffert has gained much knowledge, often through trial and error, and has trained some of the greatest thoroughbreds. Three years in a row (1997 to 1999) Bob Baffert was recipient of the Eclipse Award for Leading Trainer. Over a period of 14 years, Baffert's horses have earned over $100 million. Bob Baffert Racing Stables has certainly made a name for itself.