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Daniel Ganderton

Daniel Ganderton
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Occupation Jockey
Birthplace Launceston, Tasmania
Birth date 24 October, 1988
Career wins (ongoing)
Major racing wins, honours & awards
Major racing wins
Queensland Cup (2009)
Racing awards
Sydney Leading Apprentice (2008-2009)
Significant horses
Battlefield Cape Breton


Daniel Ganderton (born 24 October 1988 in Launceston, Tasmania) is a Thoroughbred horse racing jockey.

Ganderton comes from a racing family; originally racing for his uncles stable in Spreyton, Tasmania. Ganderton started racing in 2005 and forged his name as the leading apprentice in Tasmania[1]. In February 2008 he was acquired by Gai Waterhouse stables as an apprentice and won the Sydney's leading apprentice standings for 2008/2009.

In his many victories to date Ganderton has claimed the Queensland cup riding aboard Cape Breton[2].

Personal life

Daniel attended Hagley Farm Primary School in Tasmania, and high school at St Patrick's College, Launceston. In his spare time Daniel enjoys playing Football where he played at Launceston City, and represented Northern Tasmania squads in football before becoming a professional jockey.

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