Andrew Hoy Wiki, Age, Height, Net Worth, Wife, Career, Nationality

Andrew Hoy

Andrew James Hoy is an equestrian rider from Australia. He has six Olympic medals, including three golds, two silvers, and one bronze. He has competed in eight Olympic games, which is an Australian record, and he will be 61 years old when he competes in the 2020 Summer Olympics, making him Australia’s oldest male Olympian. Hoy and his team are based in Leicestershire, United Kingdom. He has been in the United Kingdom since 1993.

Andrew Hoy Age & Early Life

Andrew Hoy was born on 8 February 1959 in Culcairn, New South Wales. As of 2023, he is 64 years old, and his zodiac sign is Aquarius. He holds Australian Nationality, and he is of mixed ethnicity. Information about Hoy’s parents is still unknown, and he has yet to share about his educational details.

Andrew Hoy Height & Weight

How tall is Andrew Hoy? He has an athletic body type and stands at the height of 5ft 9 inches, similarly, he weighs around 75kg. Moreover, he has blonde hair, and his eye color is black.

Andrew Hoy net worth
Andrew Hoy

Andrew Hoy Net Worth 2024

How much is Andrew Hoy’s net worth? He is one of the richest equestrian riders from Australia. He has amassed quite a good amount of money from his career. As of March 2024, Andrew Hoy estimated net worth is $5 million. 

Andrew Hoy Career & Records

  • 1978 Burghley Horse Trials: 1st place
  • 1981 Melbourne 3-day event: 1st place (Davey)
  • 1984 Olympics: Individual-15th; Team-5th
  • 1986 Melbourne 3-day event: 1st place (Kiwi)
  • 1987 Melbourne 3-day event: 1st place (Kiwi)
  • 1988 Olympics: Individual-8th; Team-5th
  • 1991 Melbourne 3-day event: 1st place (Kiwi)
  • 1992 Olympics: Individual-5th; Team-1st
  • 1995 Open European Games: 12th place
  • 1996 Badminton Horse Trials: 10 place
  • 1996 Olympics: Individual-11th; Team-1st
  • 2000 Olympics: Individual-2nd; Team-1st
  • 2000 Badminton Horse Trials: 9th place
  • 2002 Burghley Horse Trials: 4th place
  • 2002 Luhmuhlen Horse Trials: 1st place
  • 2002 Badminton Horse Trials: 8th place
  • 2003 Burghley Horse Trials: 9th place
  • 2003 Badminton Horse Trials: 7th place
  • 2004 Olympics: 57th place
  • 2004 Badminton Horse Trials: 5th place
  • 2004 Burghley Horse Trials: 1st place
  • 2005 Badminton Horse Trials: 3rd place (Master Monarch) and 6th place (Mr Pracatan)
  • 2005 Rolex Kentucky Three Day: 8th Yeoman’s Point
  • 2006 Rolex Kentucky Three Day: 1st place (Master Monarch)
  • 2006 Badminton Horse Trials: 1st place (Moonfleet) and another position.
  • 2020 Tokyo Olympics: Silver medal

Andrew Hoy Wife & Marriage

Who is Andrew Hoy’s Wife? Andrew and his wife Bettina Hoy, who competed for Germany at the Olympic level, lived in Gloucestershire for 12 years at The Princess Royal’s Gatcombe Park estate. The Hoys were the only married couple to compete in different Olympic teams for the same Olympic medals. The couple relocated to the DOKR (Deutsches Olympia Kommitee für Reiterei) in Warendorf, Germany, in January 2009. Andrew Hoy relocated to Farley Estate in the United Kingdom in June 2010 and then to Wiltshire. Bettina publicly announced their divorce in November 2011. Under the terms of their divorce agreement, she gave her car, a Lanfranco TSF, to her ex-husband, Andrew Hoy. Hoy relocated to Somerby, Leicestershire, in 2013 with his partner Stefanie Strobl and their daughter and son.