How much is the horse trainer Bob Baffert net worth? The sum rises over $30 Million. Get to know his career earnings and salary here. 

One of the most popular horse trainers, Bob Baffert may be disqualified from the ongoing Kentucky Derby. The seven-time winner trainer was surprised when he found out that his horse, Medina Spirit was tested positive for an excessive drug. 

After having failed the drug test, the horse may not be eligible to take part in the competition. Hence, Baffert may not feature in the Kentucky Derby anymore in the future but the trainer has assured that he will fight the charges.

Bob Baffert Net Worth: His Career Earnings and Salary Explored

Bob Baffert has a net worth of over $30 million, as per Celebrity Net Worth.

Moreover, the businessman is one of the most successful horse owners and trainers in the United States. He has won the Kentucky Derbies for the record seventh time with his horse, Medina Spirit. 

In the horse racing and training business for ages, Bob’s exact salary remains yet to be known. However, his career earnings stack up to tens of millions of dollars. 

BREAKING: Churchill Downs says Kentucky Derby winner Medina Spirit could be disqualified after a positive drug test; says it has suspended trainer Bob Baffert. https://t.co/XmVZ2TBwxo

— The Associated Press (@AP) May 9, 2021

Bob Baffert Wife And Family

Bob Baffert is married to his wife, Jill Baffert since 2002. 

As for his family, the businessman has five children. Four of those children were from his previous marriage with his wife, Sherry. They are Taylor, Forest, Canyon, and Savannah. 

His youngest child, Bode was born in 2004. Bob Baffert is currently based in California with his family. 

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— Bob Baffert (@BobBaffert) May 7, 2021

Bob Baffert Wikipedia Bio: Get to know the horse trainer

Bob Baffert has a well-dedicated Wikipedia biography and deservedly so. 

For his wonderful career as a horse trainer, Baffert was inducted into the Hall of Fame twice. He became Lone Star Park’s Hall of Famer in 2007 and the National Museum of Racing’s Hall of Famer in 2009. 

The trainer has won seven Kentucky Derbies, seven Preakness Stakes, three Kentucky Oaks, and three Belmont Stakes. 

 

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