Jamie Kah is an Australian jockey know all about her in this article as like her Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Children and wiki Bio
|Birthdate ( Age)||7 December 1995|
|Place of Birth||Australia|
|Parents||Karen Gardiner-Kah, John Kah|
|Net Worth||$2.5 million|
Jamie Lee Kah is an Australian jockey. Since October 2020 she has been the world’s top-ranked female jockey.
In 2020/21 she became the first jockey to ride 100 winners in a Melbourne Metropolitan racing season.
Jamie Kah Family
Jamie Kah’s parents John and Karen are former speed skaters who represented Australia at the Winter Olympics. She grew up in Mount Pleasant in the Adelaide Hills in South Australia, where she began working at a friend’s stables when she was 13. She began her riding apprenticeship in 2011, rode her first race in March 2012 at Streaky Bay, and rode her first winner 14 days later at the Easter Saturday meeting at Clare.
Jamie Kah Husband
Jamie Kah is Engaged with Clayton Douglas.Kah and her fiance Clayton Douglas, a fellow jockey and trainer, have a property on the Mornington Peninsula, where she re-trains retired racehorses.
Jamie Kah Net Worth
Jamie Lee Kah is an Australian jockey who has an estimated Net Worth of between $2.5 million in 2022.
In her first full season, 2012/13, Kah won the Adelaide Jockeys’ Premiership.She won the Premiership for a third time in 2017/18, then moved to Melbourne in January 2019, and won her first Group One race on Harlem in the Australian Cup at Flemington in March.
In October 2020 Kah was ranked the leading female jockey in the world, and 77th jockey overall.In February 2021 she was the world’s 41st jockey overall, and the only female jockey in the top 100.She rode her 1000th winner at the Pakenham racecourse on Wednesday, 12 May 2021
.At the end of July 2021 she had ridden 1,024 winners, including six Group One winners.On 10 July 2021, Kah became the first jockey to ride 100 winners in a Melbourne Metropolitan racing season.She finished the Metropolitan season with 105 winners.
Jamie Kah have been fined for breaching Victoria’s lockdown restrictions by staying at a Mornington Airbnb.They have each been fined $5452 for breaching the directions of the Chief Health Officer.The four jockeys, who are all in isolation, have been banned from race meetings for 14 days meaning Kah and Melham won’t be racing Group 1 Memsie Stakes favourites Behemoth and Beau Rossa respectively at Caulfield Racecourse on Saturday.