Bruce Springsteen’s daughter Jessica shows off her show jumping skills as she competes in the Royal Windsor Horse Show in front of the Queen
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Bruce Springsteen’s daughter Jessica showed off her impressive showjumping skills as she took part in the Royal Windsor Horse Show on Sunday.
The 29-year-old put on a dazzling display as she took part in the Rolex Grand Prix competition, which saw the Queen attend.
Jessica, who is part of the US Tokyo Olympics 2021 team, looked elegant in her equestrian gear as she strode over to her horse Don Juan van de Donkhoeve.
Elegant: Jessica Springsteen, daughter of the legendary musician, put on a classy display on Sunday as she competed in the Royal Windsor Horse Show in front of The Queen
She wore a navy jacket, black riding helmet, white jodhpurs and tall black riding boots.
Jessica also wore a white single-use face mask as she made her way over to her horse at the start of the day.
The show-jumper put on a confident display as she took part in the equestrian competition.
Model professional: Jessica looked elegant in her equestrian gear as she rode on her horse Don Juan van de Donkhoeve
Happy: The Horse Show has long been one of the Queen’s favourite event, and this year, after it was cancelled in 2020, she was clearly keen to attend upon her return from Scotland
The Horse Show has long been one of the Queen’s favourite event, and this year, after it was cancelled in 2020 due to the pandemic, she was clearly keen to attend upon her return from Scotland.
Jessica is a nationally ranked champion equestrian who’s won more than $1 million in prize money.
She has been riding since she was about five years of age and has become a show jumping champion, and is an elite rider on the Longines Global Champions Tour.
Though she grew up in New Jersey, Jessica moved to Valkenswaard in the Netherlands after graduating from Duke University with a major in psychology in 2014.
Raining: She wore a navy jacket, black riding helmet, white bottoms and tall black boots while taking part in the competition
Family: Their father is one of the greatest rock stars on the planet, and yet all of Bruce’s kids lead very different lives (L-R: Evan, Bruce, Patti Scialfa, Sam, and Jessica in 2018)
She told CNN in 2017 that is was her mother, Patti Scialfa, who got her involved in horse riding all those years ago.
She said: ‘My mum had always wanted to ride so we moved to a farm in New Jersey.’
‘She started taking lessons and then I also wanted to start. I never wanted to miss a lesson and I ended up being right across the street from a really top junior training barn called Beacon Hill.’
According to Bruce Springsteen FAQ, her parents were eager to raise her and her brothers Evan James, 30, and Sam Ryan, 27, in a paparazzi-free environment.
Classy: Despite the presence of The Queen watching on from the stands, Jessica oozed confidence as she took part in the equestrian competition
Confident: Jessica is a nationally ranked champion equestrian who’s won more than $1 million in prize money
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