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David Hall (horse trainer)

David Hall (born 27 October 1963 in Adelaide, South Australia) is an Australian horse trainer.

The son of trainer, Joe Hall, he obtained his trainer's license in 1988 at Morphettville. In 1993, he moved to race in Melbourne where he became famous for training Makybe Diva to the first of her three successive Melbourne Cup victories in 2003[1].

David Hall was granted a trainer license by the Hong Kong Jockey Club in 2004[2].



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