In England, he was 20 years old and became the top jockey and Leading Apprentices of 1970 with 59 when Pat Eddery ended up with 57 wins.
1950-05-27, Philip was born in Reading England.
1965, he had his first riding lesson.
1966 to 1971, he served a five year Apprenticeship with Trainer Ian Balding.
1968, ALDIE was his first winner.
1970, he was the English Champion Apprentice.
1987, arrived in Hong Kong.
1987-10-04, SILVER BALL (BC119) was his first winner in Hong Kong.
1986/1987 Season until 1989/1990 Season, he rode in Hong Kong as a Club Jockey.
1990 till 1996, he rode in Macau, apart from two short stints in Mauritius.
1996 to 2000, he worked for the Macau Jockey Club as Starter and Master of Apprentices.
2000 to 2007, as Starter and Head Race Riding Instructor with the Hong Kong Jockey Club.
2013, as Deputy Starter and Head Race Riding Instructor Racing Development Board (RDB) with the Hong Kong Jockey Club.
From the year 1968 to 1996 as a Professional Jockey, rode over 2000 winners’ world wide.
Regions and countries:
Winning many Group 1, 2 and 3s in the above countries.
Best horse ridden: MASTER WILLIE, winning:
Highlights of Career: Riding (21) Winners for Her Majesty the Queen.
WALDRON records in Hong Kong:
Season : wins/rides
Total Wins 47
Manawatu Racing Club Trophy (METTLEMAN)
Clague Cup (AMPERE)
Flyaway Cup (ART COLLECTION)
Chinese Club Cup (PRESTIGE)
Kukri Trophy (JET SPEED)
Sha Tin Vase (LONGAIN)
Peninsula Golden Jubilee Cup (STEWBALL)
ATV Cup (PRESTIGE)
Ladies’ Purse (JETSO)