|Region:||South East Queensland|
Len Hill was a much travelled jockey who shared the 1966 jockeys' premiership after a thrilling last day of the season battle with Skeeter Sanders when they nearly rode the card between them. In the early 1970s he rode in Melbourne where he captured the Cox Plate after picking up the ride on Tauto on the day. He was another jockey who had successful overseas stints.
His best wins included the Cox Plate (Tauto), Doomben Cup (Dual Control), VRC Hotham Handicap (Not Again), QTC Guineas (Dual Control), J.T. Delaney Quality (Dual Control, Prince Gauntlet), Chester Manifold Stakes (Sabot), QTC Lightning (Manina), QTC Toorak Handicap (Innisfree), Cranbourne Cup (Lord Nelson), Albion Park Cup (Continual), Ross Stakes (Chateuaroux), Ascot Handicap (Donwana, Harmonise), Albion 2000 (Lochinvar), Healy Stakes (Harmonise), Doomben Newmarket (Regal Hunter, Wine and Song), Hamilton Handicap (Continual, Regal Hunter, Regal Chance), Bernborough Handicap (Regal Chance), QTC Bribie Handicap (Wine and Song), Sapling Stakes (Regal Leader), Captain Cook Stakes (Casawynk), Uhr Quality (Star of Kashmir), Caloundra Cup (Jabba Hutt), QTC St Leger (Strike Sparks), Exhibition Handicap (Biscay Prince) and Koomeela Stakes (Dual Control).