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Abby Hornacek is an American Journalist and sports host who is also known for being a former NBA player, Jeff Hornacek‘s daughter. Her father Jeff is now responsible for coaching New York Knicks in NBA.
Abby is currently working as a sports host and journalist for FOX Nation.
As per the internet, Abby Hornacek had an injury on her right eye. This ceased her dream to be an athlete.
Abby used to play volleyball during her college and had a dream to become an athlete like her father. However, this dream had to fade away because of her injury.
While many speculations have been made regarding her right eye injury, there is no exact information about it available on the internet.
Nonetheless, Abby has a beautiful pair of eyes. If you look at her pictures, her eyes are definitely the first thing that will catch your attention.
In spite of living a wonderful childhood in a prosperous family, Abby and her brothers learned to earn for themselves in a dignified way by their parents. As a result, Abby had always focussed on getting a degree and earning for herself.
As a journalist and sports host at Fox nation, Abby Hornacek has a net worth of approximately $500,000 as of 2019.
Her tall height is clearly evident in her pictures. As a student, she used to play Volleyball at her college. Besides, her dream to be an athlete wouldn’t have been there if she was not tall.
She stands tall, confident and graceful while she is at her job as a sports host.
25-year-old Abby was born on 25th April 1994. She grew up in Los Angeles, California. And, she is currently a sports anchor in New York. She was born to parents Jeff Hornacek and Stacy Hornacek. She is the only girl child among the 3 children from her parents. This may be the reason that she has a very special bond with her brothers.
Abby was a bright student and started working as soon as she completed her graduation. While she was still studying at the University of Southern California, she started her first job as an anchor at Trojan Vision Television. But, she had to leave the job after joining the Volleyball team at her college.
Later in 2013, she again joined another news program operated by students called, Annenberg TV News. She learned a lot about anchoring ad journalist fro these experiences at her college.
Her experience from the University helped her for her first work as Production Intern at Fox Sports, San Diego. Her experiences in this field have honored her with numerous awards. She is clearly one of the best hosts for Fox Nation.