A native of Scotland, Tom Hamilton had his first ride in December 2011 on a horse trained by his mother Wendy. Hailing from a family with deep racing roots, his brother Jamie is a Conditional Jockey in Britain, whilst his father Michael has been a Clerk Of The Scales for the BHA. A former Northern Area Champion back home, Hamilton had his first points ride in Ireland at Glenbane in 2016 and had his first Irish winner on the track at Leopardstown's big Christmas meeting, when teaming-up with Joseph O'Brien's Aeglos. Shark Hanlon's Woodbrook Boy provided him with his first Irish point winner at Tinahely in January 2019, whilst he has enjoyed Listed success for trainers Jessica Harrington, Joseph O'Brien and John Halley.
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