Jessica Springsteen, Bruce's Daughter, Makes U.S. Equestrian Team for 2021 Olympics

AP Photo/Andrew Medichini On Monday, the four-member United States Equestrian Jumping team was announced. Jessica Springsteen was also included. Springsteen is the daughter and son of Bruce Springsteen, and Patti Scialfa. Springsteen, a 20-time Grammy-winning singer and songwriter, and Scialfa who was a member of E Street Band from 1984 to 2014, was inducted into Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Jessica Springsteen currently ranks third in the U.S. Equestrian Federation showjumping ranking and 27th worldwide. Some of her other noteworthy accomplishments were also highlighted by the U.S. Equestrian Team. "Springsteen's most recent competition highlights include first-place finishes in the 2019 CSI4* Sweden H&M Grand Prix and the 2019 KBC Bank & Verzekering 1.50m CSI5*W in Mechelen. Also, the Prestige Speed Prize in Jumping Verona. The 2020 $137,000 FEI Grand Prix CSI3*, at WEF 6, and all the 2021 WEF $37,000 CaptiveOne Advisors 1.50m Classic CSI4* at Wellington. All with Volage du Val Henry. She won the Longines Global Champions Tour, Prix of Ramatuelle/Saint-Tropez in France with RMF Zecilie. Chris Jordan from Asbury Park Press reports that Springsteen won the K 4* Grand Prix Hubside Jumping Tour equestrian event in Saint-Tropez on June 13, with a time 36.16 seconds. In her first ever Olympic appearance, she will be riding Don Juan Van De Donkehoeve. The competition will be held in Tokyo's Equestrian Park from Monday August 2 to Saturday August 7.


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