Davy Russell is an Irish Jockey who competes in National Hunt Racing. As of 2018, Dave Russell net worth is estimated to be around $4.5 million or £3 million.
Davy was born on 1979 in County Cork, Ireland. He first started racing for English-based trainer Ferdy Murphy in 2002. He rose to fame during his two seasons in England, winning the Peter Marsh Chase on Truckers Tavern in 2003 and also finishing second on Cheltenham Gold Cup the same year.
In his professional career of more than 15 years, he had won Kerrygold Champion Chase, Deloitte Novice Hurdle, Albert Bartlett Nocices’ Hurdle: Weapon’s Amnesty, Aintree Hurdle, RSA Chase, Coral Cup, Growise Champion Novice Chase, Galway Hurdle, Dr. P. J. Moriarty Novie Chase, Cheltenham Gold Cup, Neptune Investment Management Novices’ Hurdle, Coral Cup and Randox Grand National.
He has written his name in history after claiming the biggest prize available in horse racing-the Grand National.
Apart from horse racing, Davy has appeared in TG4 documentary “Jump Boys”. He also appeared on documentary “The Irish Road to Cheltenham”.
Regarding his personal life, he is married to Edelle O’Meara. Together they have two children named Jamiee Mangan and Lily Russell.
Russell net worth of more than £3 million came after his latest success at Grand National event. He won £500,000 in the tournament while he pocketed around £1,362,973 in winnings throughout his career. Before his win at Grand National event, he had net worth around £2.2 million.