JP McManus is an Irish businessman and racehorse owner with a net worth of one billion. He was created in Limerick, Ireland on March ten, 1951 and started his business career his family's construction plant. Shortly afterwards, he became an on course bookmaker at Limerick's greyhound racetrack, the Market's Field and then started finding the passion of his. Throughout 1982, he and the wife of his, Noreen, purchased Martinstown Stud on more than 400 acres in County Limerick also he also purchased the first horse of his, "Cill Dara." From there he proceeded to build the empire he's now that boasts 400 horses in training. McManus' first win was a horse called "Mister Donovan" at Cheltenham. The most popular of the horses of his is "Istabraq," a three time winner of the Champion Hurdle. McManus retains an eighteen time champion jockey, Tony McCoy, as the stable jockey of his and the former champion jockey, Jonjo O'Neill, additionally teaches several of the horses of his in the Jackdaws Castle facility that McManus also owns. Aside from the work of his as a racehorse owner, a considerable amount of McManus' wealth has been derived as a personal international exchange trader, that he oversees out of a tiny office of Geneva, Switzerland. Geneva is also the official city of his of residence and where he spends a majority of the time of his. In late 2008, McManus was diagnosed with cancer. Fortunately, after getting therapy in the United States, he's still in remission. McManus is actively involved in charity in the hometown of his of Limerick. In 1996, the J was established by McManus. P. McManus Scholarship Award that provides €6,750 each year for third degree education to 8 selected pupils at his former secondary schooling C.B.S. Sexton Street in Limerick. He also organizes the J. P. McManus Invitation Pro Am golf tournament in Limerick to raise money for Limerick charities. In July 2012, McManus also donated over €1 million to the Daughters of Charity foundation.
J. P. McManus Net Worth of 1 Billion Dollars