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Gai Waterhouse Net Worth
Gai Waterhouse is one of the richest TV Actress & listed on most popular TV Actress. According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Gai Waterhouse net worth is approximately $1.5 Million.
|GAI WATERHOUSE NET WORTH & SALARY|
|Net Worth||$1.5 Million|
|Source of Income||TV Actress|
|House||Living In Own House.|
Before turning to horse racing, she was a model and actress, appearing in the the soap opera The Young Doctors and other series.
Waterhouse was granted her Australian Jockey Club (AJC) licence in January 1992, although this was made difficult as her husband, Robbie Waterhouse, was banned over his involvement in the Fine Cotton scandal. AJC rules at the time stipulated that the spouse of a banned person could not be licensed, although this was subsequently overturned. Her first winner was the horse Gifted Poet in March 1992, and her first Group One winner was Te Akau Nick in the Metropolitan Handicap in October that year. After her father, T. J. Smith became ill, he passed on the Tulloch Lodge stable to her in the 1994–95 season.
In 1994, after her father became ill, she took over his Tulloch Lodge stable, and she has since trained 135 G1 winners and won seven Sydney trainers’ premierships. She was also the trainer of Fiorente, the winner of the 2013 Melbourne Cup, becoming the third woman (and first Australian woman) to train a winner of that race. Waterhouse was inducted into the Australian Racing Hall of Fame in 2007, and has been described as the “first lady of Australian racing”.
Gai Waterhouse Biography
Gai Waterhouse is a famous TV Actress, who was born on September 2, 1954 in United Kingdom. Proprietor of the eponymous Racing Stables trained the Australian Triple Crown winner Dance Hero, and made a name for herself as an actress. According to Astrologers, Gai Waterhouse’s zodiac sign is Virgo.
Gabriel Marie “Gai” Waterhouse (née Smith; born 2 September 1954) is an Australian horse trainer and businesswoman. The daughter of Tommy J. Smith, a leading trainer of Thoroughbred racehorses, Waterhouse was born and raised in Sydney. After graduating from the University of New South Wales, she worked as an actor for a time, appearing in both Australian and English television series. Having worked under her father for a period of 15 years, Waterhouse was granted an Australian Jockey Club (AJC) licence in 1992, and trained her first Group One (G1) winner later that year.
Her husband, Robbie Waterhouse, was involved in the Fine Cotton scandal, which made her obtaining an Australian Jockey Club license and long and arduous task.
Waterhouse is the daughter of Valerie and Tommy J. Smith MBE , a leading trainer of thoroughbred racehorses, who was based in Sydney. She was educated at the Convent of the Sacred Heart, Rose Bay (now Kincoppal-Rose Bay) in Sydney, and completed a Bachelor of Arts at the University of New South Wales in 1975. Waterhouse made a name for herself as a model and actor, including in the Australian drama The Young Doctors before moving to England and appearing in the Doctor Who story The Invasion of Time. She then returned to Australia where she served an apprenticeship under her father for fifteen years before getting her own trainer’s licence.
|Parents||Tommy J. Smith, Valerie Smith|
|Children(s)||Kate Waterhouse Ricketson, Tom Waterhouse|
Gai Waterhouse Height
Gai Waterhouse’s height Not available right now. weight Not Known & body measurements will update soon.
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She had numerous Group One wins, and got her first Sydney premiership in 1996 to 2007, but she was controversially sacked in 2013.
Waterhouse first achieved fame in Australia when Nothin’ Leica Dane came into the Melbourne Cup in 1995 after winning the Victoria Derby three days earlier. The three-year-old colt ran second in the Melbourne Cup, a race which no three-year-old had won since Skipton in 1941. During the 1996–97 season, she had ten Group One wins and won her first Sydney premiership. In 2001, Waterhouse trained the first, second, and third place-getters in the Golden Slipper and added the first of three successive Sydney training premierships, culminating with 156 wins in 2002/03, equalling her father’s Sydney training record. In the 2004–05 racing season, Waterhouse had eleven Group One wins and added a fifth Sydney training premiership. As of 2010, the Waterhouse stable at Tulloch Lodge had won 102 Group One races.
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