Kaley would likely get along well with Karl's mom ' estimates, Karl's father Scott Cook has a net worth of around billion (yes, with a "B.") He founded tax software firm Intuit in 1983--you're probably familiar with the company's Quick Books and Turbo Tax programs, which are reportedly used by more than 37 million people around the world. Per her University of Wisconsin-Madison bio (she's a co-founder of Wisconsin School of Business' Center for Brand and Product Management), she launched her software startup in 1982 and later launched a marketing strategy consulting practice and worked for companies including Apple, IBM, HP, Radio Shack and more.4.He's Artistic (Just Like Kaley): In a 2010 interview with Phelps Sports, Karl opened up about his interests outside of the sport, saying, "I enjoy photography and whenever I take a trip anywhere I usually take my camera with me.Subscribe to our e-newsletter by clicking here for updates and announcements.The Turkish Airlines Olympia Grand Prix provided an exhilerating finale to a fantastic week at Olympia, The London International Horse Show.However, the notoriously speedy Julien Epaillard, riding Toupie de la Roque, knocked Scott off the pole position to take the victory by 0.43 seconds.
Alberto said of his 13-year-old mare Contanga: ‘I think she is the best horse in the world, very scopey, very special. Laura Renwick, another who looks to have some promising up-and-coming horses, was fourth and John Whitaker, the hero of Sunday night, was seventh – all excellent results considering the overseas talent that came to Olympia this year.There was a popular home win in The Holly Speed Stakes sponsored by Champagne Taittinger for William Funnell on the home-produced 14-year-old Billy Angelo, a horse he’s been bringing to Olympia for seven years.“He’s won a fair bit here over that time and he loves the atmosphere,” said William.“He squeals with excitement when he goes into the prize giving.”Despite getting the better of the rest of the field, William was analysing how he could have gone even better.After excelling as a young rider, Karl reached a point in the Spring of 2012 where he "started backsliding" and simply "couldn't get back in the groove," Fortunately, Karl stuck with the sport."It sounds silly, but I didn't know how to do anything else," he told the publication.