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Danny Tudhope

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To date (19 June 2022) Danny has ridden 734 winners on British racecourses, including four Royal Ascot winners in 2022, The Listed Chesham Stakes onboard Holloway Boy and the Group 2 Queen Mary Stakes onboard Dramatised, both for trainer Karl Burke, plus partnering Dubai Future to triumph in the listed Wolferton Stakes for trainer Saeed bin Suroor and Godolphin and taking the honours in the Copper Horse Stakes with Get Shirty for his boss David O’Meara.

Scottish born Danny rode 133 British winners between 04 May 2019 – 19 October 2019 which saw him crowned the runner-up in the Flat Jockeys Championship 2019. During this period he rode a staggering 636 horses which gave him an impressive 21% winner-to-runner strike-rate.

When Danny arrived at the National Horseracing College in the summer of 2002 he had no experience at all of working with horses. He isn’t from a horsey family but he was small, he’s not so small now (5’ 7”), so a careers advisor suggested he might want to consider a career in the horseracing industry.

Packing his bags Danny came down to Doncaster and never looked back. The learning curve was steep but Danny was kept motivated by his peers, some who had considerably more horsey experience, and by his own will to succeed.

Meeting Danny during a visit to the College proved inspirational for our current Foundation Course learners, many of whom could relate to Danny’s story. Maybe in 17 years’ time one of the learners currently at the NHC will be a leading jockey giving a demonstration to the next generation.

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Achievements

- Achieved 734 career wins to date (20 June 2022)
- Runner-up in the Flat Jockeys Championship 2019
- In 2022 Danny achieved 4 Royal Ascot winners including the Group 2 Queen Mary Stakes
- Won numerous Group Races in the UK and internationally
- Won 9 Group 1 races, 13 Group 2 races and 16 Group 3 races in Britain and Internationally.

NHC Courses

Danny Tudhope was a learner on the 12-week residential Foundation Course in 2002.
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