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Jill Baffert ( Bob Baffert Wife) Wiki, Bio, Age, Height, Weight, Husband, Children, Net Worth, Facts

Jill Moss Baffert is an American former television reporter and anchor for WLKY-TV and currently, she is a stay-at-home mom and horse owner based in Louisville. She is better known as the spouse of Bob Baffert.

Moreover, her husband Baffert is an American racehorse trainer who trained the 2015 Triple Crown winner American Pharoah and 2018 Triple Crown winner Justify. Baffert’s horses have won five Kentucky Derbies, seven Preakness Stakes, three Belmont Stakes and three Kentucky Oaks. Link in biography!

Jill Baffert Biography

Jill Baffert was born in 1966 and raised in Nashville, Tennessee. Her family information is not known in public domain. Moreover, she is very passionate in the field of horse riding like her husband. She has siblings as well. As of education, she is well educated and did her graduation in the field of Arts and Culture.

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Full NameJill Moss Baffert
Nick NameJill
ProfessionHorse Trainer, Former anchor
Birth Date1966
Age54 Years
Famous ForWife of Bob Baffert
BirthplaceUnited States
Current ResidenceCalifornia
NationalityAmerican
EthnicityWhite
SexualityStraight
ReligionChristian
Zodiac SignCancer
Physical Stats
HeightMeter: 1.65 m,
Centimeter: 165 cm,
feet-inch: 5′5″
WeightKilograms: 62 kg,
Pounds: 136 lbs
Body Measurements
(chest-waist-hips)
36-32-35 inch
Eye ColorDark Brown
Hair ColorPlatinum Blonde
Have Tattoos?No
Family
ParentsFather: Not Known
Mother: Not Known
SiblingsBrother: Not Known
Sister: Not Known
Relationships
Marital StatusMarried
Previous Dating?Not Known
Husband/ SpouseBob Baffert
Marriage locationCoronado, California, United States
ChildrenSon: Skier Bode Miller
Daughter: Not Known
HobbiesHorse Riding and Training
Net Worth
Net WorthApprox $200,000
Husband's Income$10 million dollar

Jill Baffert Husband

Jill Baffert husband name is ‘Bob Baffert’. Couple tied knot in 2002. Her husband, Bob survived a heart attack in late March 2012 while in Dubai for a world-class race at Meydan.

Initially, the duo met at the 1998 Kentucky Derby, when Jill was hosting a television show from Churchill Downs. Presently, couple is also blessed with son together named ‘ Skier Bode Baffert’ who was born in 2004. Presently, Jill resides in California with Bob and their son, Bode.

Moreover, formerly Bob Baffert was married with Sherry Baffert. Former couple also had four children named, Taylor Baffert, Canyon Baffert, Forest Baffert and Savannah Baffert. Later, due to some of their personal causes they filed for divorce, in August 2001.

Jill Baffert Net Worth

How much is the net worth of Jill Baffert? Her worth is estimated around U.S. $200,000. While her husband’s Bob worth is estimated around U.S. $10-15.

Jill Baffert Age

How old is Jill Baffert’s age? As in 2020, her age is 54 years old. She hails from United States and holds American nationality. She has owned several graded stakes winners, including Misremembered, Contested and Maybellene. Baffert has served or currently serves on several boards, including Old Friends, Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance and the Parent Board of her son’s school.

Jill Baffert Facts

  • Wiki & Bio: Jill Baffert speaking is: “This industry is driven by thousands of people who love horses and we wanted to give them a voice” -Jill Baffert.
  • Jill’s husband Bob Baffert holding triple Crown trophy.
  • Her biggest accomplishment have been helping their son, Bode, dress up like the legendary horse trainer.
  • As per ESPN, Jill took a mullet wig to her husband’s stylist to get his white hair just right for their son’s Halloween costume.
  • Figure & Physical Stats: Jill Baffert stands on a height of 5 feet 5 inches tall.
  • She weighs around 62 kg or 136 lbs.
  • Jill Baffert body measurements are 36-32-35 inches.
  • She has dark brown eyes and platinum blonde hair.
  • Moreover, her husband Bob grew up on a ranch in Nogales, Arizona, where his family raised cattle and chickens.
  • When he was 10, his father purchased some Quarter Horses and he practiced racing them on a dirt track.
  • In his teens, he worked as a jockey for $100 a day in informal Quarter Horse races on the outskirts of Nogales.
  • He moved from there to racing at legalized tracks, scoring his first victory at age 17 in 1970.

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