Gabriel Marie Smith who is popularly known as Gai Waterhouse an Australian woman, who has a very dynamic personality. She has reached the age of 63 and has established herself as a businesswoman and horse trainer; she is an inspiration for people from different grounds of interest who want to pursue their career in any of the fields in which she has proven herself so very well.
Married Life with Robbie Waterhouse:
She was married to Robbie Waterhouse. They dated together in 1978 and are together ever since. She served as an internship under her father for fifteen years before getting her own coach's license. In January 1992 she was granted her Australian Jockey Club (AJC) license. For this license she has gone through lots of problems as her husband, Robbie Waterhouse, was banned over his participation in the Fine Cotton scandal.
Caption: Gai and her husband, Rob Waterhouse
Gai Waterhouse as Mother of Two Children:
She is a mother of two children named Tom Waterhouse and Kate Waterhouse. She motivates and helps her daughter and son in each step of their life. They are lucky to have a mother like her. She has managed to work in her house as well as carry on her profession very easily.
Caption: Gai and Robbie Waterhouse with their son Tom and daughter Kate Waterhouse Ricketson in the early 1980's
How much is Gai's Net Worth?
Her net worth is not discovered but we can assume to be in millions. She says horse racing trainers not making a profit, as Spring Racing Carnival heats up. She had established an internet blog keen on the subject, with the hits increasing every day. She has never ceased to miss any opportunity that knocked at her door. And by what we have seen we can say that she always proves what she can do best. Her bio is very inspiring and motivational. Her hard work and dedication towards her work will take her very up in her future.
She was born on the second of September, in 1954, in Scotland. She is a darling daughter of Valerie and Tommy J. Smith MBE. Her father is a leading trainer of thoroughbred racehorses, who was founded in Sydney. She considers her parents to be the most inspiring one in her life. She completed her studies at the University of New South Wales in 1975. She was given the Australian Sports Medal for "outstanding contribution to thoroughbred racing" on 30 September 2000.