Tom Scudamore is a third-generation British flat and steeplechase jockey.
He is an ambassador for Coral, who also sponsor his breeches. Tom won the Coral sponsored 2021 Scottish Grand National.
The 39 year old is a well-known public and media personality, popular for providing inspiring, engaging and insightful Q&As
He is the son of the eight-time champion jockey Peter Scudamore, his grandfather Michael won the Grand National on Oxo in 1959 and his brother is a well-known trainer.
Tom recently became the ninth most successful jump jockey in history after Brinkley provided him with his 1,353rd career winner in Britain and Ireland.
Tom, who is sponsored by Coral, grew up in Naunton, Gloucestershire, and started riding at the age of two.
He was educated at Cheltenham College Junior School, and then the prestigious Cheltenham College.
At 5’8″ tall, Tom’s first flat win was on Nordic Breeze at Warwick in July 1998.
Notable wins throughout Tom’s career include the King George Chase at Kempton on Thistlecrack, the Ladbrokes Trophy Chase at Newbury on Cloth Cap, the Ladbroke Hurdle on Desert Air, the Red Square Gold Cup aboard Heltornic, the Eider Chase on Nil Desperandum and the VC Casino Gold Cup aboard Madison Du Berlais.
He predominantly rides for David Pipe amongst others
The 38-year-old is a well-known face in the media, often contributing to racing and sporting TV and radio shows, as well as newspaper and magazine interviews.
Recently retired jump jockey Tom Scudamore has penned a new multi-year deal with ITV to appear as a pundit across their racing coverage on ITV channels.
Tom Scudamore appeared as a guest on ITV’s The Opening Show and the Live Afternoon Racing Show from Wetherby. Tom joined Ed Chamberlin & Mick Fitzgerald
Tom Scudamore appeared as a guest on ITV’s The Opening Show and the Live Afternoon Racing Show from Kempton and also from Newbury later the same week. Tom joined Ed
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