|Birth Name||Abby Hornacek|
|Birth Place||Utah, United States|
|Famous Name||Abby Hornacek|
|Birth Date||April 25, 1994|
|Currently Working For||Fox Nation|
US journalist, Abby Hornacek is Fox Nation's sport, travel, and lifestyle host. Hornacek has traveled all over America, taking in various cultures and traditions. She has also worked with several other renowned networks besides Fox.
Abby was born in Arizona's Paradise Valley on 25 April 1994. She is of caucasian origin and holds an American nationality. She injured her right eye according to reports and now has a plastic eye. Is it true or is a different story? Scroll down to know everything about her.
Abby is worth about $500,000 as of 2020 and her gross pay is in excess of $40,590 according to some reports. The star also began her career as an anchor for Trojan Vision TV and then transferred to the team leader SC Sand Volleyball Team.
A year later, the journalist moved as a multimedia journalist to Annenberg TV News. She then worked for a number of networks, including NBA, Stadium, and Fox Sports San Diego.
Her dad, Jeff Hornacek, also has a net value of over $8 million. As a professional coach, he also gets the right amount of paycheck. Jeff also has many of the New York Knicks endorsements that could also help him add reasonable money to the balance sheet of his bank.
Abby Hornacek is reportedly unmarried and is assumed to be single as of 2020. She doesn't have a boyfriend and hasn't revealed anything about her relationship status and personal life to the media. However, she was once rumored to be dating a guy named Anthony Neyer. Several tabloids reported that Abby was dating Anthony.
Abbey is a lot of volunteering, including and is a member of the Sorority of Kappa Kappa, helping homeless and poor people.
Born to father Jeff Hornacek and mother, Stacy Hornacek, Abby is the youngest child among all three siblings. Her father Jeffrey is a popular American professional basketball coach and player. She has two brothers named Tyler Hornacek and Ryan Hornacek.
Her father previously coached for the Phoenix Suns and the New York Knicks of the National Basketball Association.
Abby first attended Xavier College Preparatory in Phoenix and later graduated with a Bachelor's degree from the University of Southern California in Broadcast Journalism.
Abby was always looking to be an athlete like her father. Thus during her college days, she began playing volleyball, dreaming of playing professionally. She sustained a fracture in her right eye according to sources, which wiped away her vision.
However, Abby had no injury to her eye but had taken a hit on her foot instead. Hornacek felt better after a double surgery but could not continue her sports career. She travels America as of now in her new show Park'd.