Francesca Cumani Biography
Francesca Cumani is a trainer, breeder, and horse racing presenter working for ITV Racing and 10 Sport. She was given her amateur jockey license at the age of 18. She schooled at Tudor Hall School, in Oxfordshire and later left there in 2001. Later on, she continued her education at the University of Bristol, where she earned a degree in French and Spanish.
Also, she was offered an opportunity to be a guest presenter on Australia’s Channel 7’s horse racing broadcast after she took her racehorses to Australia. She later got a permanent job with CNN presenting Winning Post.
She has worked as a presenter for Network 10’s Melbourne Cup coverage. She has been employed by ITV Racing since 2016. Francesca and Ed Chamberlin shared the Broadcast Sports Presenter of the Year award at the SJA Awards in February 2019.
Francesca Cumani Age
Francesca Cumani was born in Newmarket, United Kingdom in 1983. She is 39 years old.
Francesca Cumani Height
Francesca stands at a height of 5 feet 9 inches/1.79 m tall.
Francesca Cumani Education
Cumani attended Tudor Hall School, a boarding and day independent school for girls located in Oxfordshire between the villages of Bloxham and Banbury. She dropped out of school in 2001. Following high school, she attended the University of Bristol, where she earned a degree in French and Spanish.
Francesca Cumani Family
Cumani is the daughter of trainer Luca Cumani and was born in Newmarket, Suffolk. Francesca won four races as an amateur jockey when she was 18 years old.
Francesca Cumani Husband
Cumani married Australian international polo player Rob Archibald in 2014. Their son was born in April 2016. Cumani and Archibald divorced in 2018. Cumani was in a relationship with fellow ITV Racing presenter Oli Bell after they divorced. They will part ways in 2020. She announced in December 2021 that she and partner Max Johnson are expecting their second child. Cumani gave birth to a son, Teddy, in June 2022.
Francesca Cumani Net Worth
Francesca has an accumulated net worth of $3 million.
Francesca Cumani Career
Cumani worked in his family’s racehorse training and breeding company after graduating from university. After traveling with horses to Australia, she was invited to be a guest presenter on Channel 7’s horse racing coverage. This resulted in a permanent position with CNN as the host of Winning Post.
She spoke in both English and Spanish. She also hosts Network 10’s Melbourne Cup coverage in Australia. In 2016, she began working for ITV Racing. Ed Chamberlin and Cumani were named Broadcast Sports Presenter of the Year at the SJA Awards in February 2019.