Tom Hamilton

hometown

Piltown, Kilkenny

CONTACT NO

083 8691362

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 aboard y 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.

2019/20Season
0
Winners
CareerTotal
5
Winners
Date
Course
Race type
Horse
Fin Pos
Distance
SP
Handler
Video
2m7f Novice Hunter Chase
1st
11L
7/4F
play
Point-To-Point Mares Bumper
2nd
1¾L
4/1
play
Champion Hunters Chase
F
66/1
play
2m 4f Bishopscourt Cup
F
8/1
play
5yo+ Mares Maiden
6th
36L
5/1
play
6yo+ Geldings Maiden
2nd
5L
5/1
play
3m Mares Mdn Hunters Chase
PU
10/1
play
3m Mdn Hunter Chase
PU
5/2F
play
Point-To-Point Mares Bumper
3rd
15L
3/1F
play
Point-To-Point Bumper
3rd
7½L
15/8F
play
4yo Mares Maiden
PU
10/1
play
5yo Geldings Maiden
2nd
4L
12/1
play
5yo+ Mares Maiden
2nd
4L
8/1
play
5yo Geldings Maiden
5th
18½L
3/1
play

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Rewritetherules eases to second success in three days

The five-year-old outclassed his rivals to win for Tom Hamilton and Shark Hanlon at Tipperary.

Rewritetherules lands Down Royal Hunters Chase

The John 'Shark' Hanlon trained Rewritetherules landed the Club Mixers Hunters Chase in the hands of Tom Hamilton.

Report | Monksgrange 28th April 2019

Local jockey Barry O'Neill was the man to follow at his home fixture as he recorded a popular treble.

Dime A Dozen make all to claim 2019 GAIN Final

The Tinahely maiden winner claimed this year's big-money GAIN Series Final at Ballynoe. 

England's Prichard comes out on top in round one

Cork Racecourse played host to the opening round of the 2019 Gentlemen's League/FEGENTRI series.

Irish amateurs once again hit with bans from Cheltenham stewards

A number of riders were banned following the start, whilst John Barry receieved a seperate 12-day suspension.

Report | Nenagh 17th February 2019

Liz Lalor made a winning return to the saddle when taking the  ladies open on what was her first ride back since having her daughter Alex.

Report | Tinahely 13th January 2019

Dime A Dozen gained an overdue success when taking the opening Weatherbys Ireland five and six-year-old mares’ maiden.