Bruce Springsteen‘s daughter Jessica Springsteen won a silver medal in equestrian in the recently concluded Tokyo Olympics.
The rock star’s daughter was part of the three-member U.S. show jumping team that finished second behind Sweden at the equestrian team jumping final held at Equestrian Park on Saturday.
Springsteen, who is No. 27 in world ranking, rode the Belgian Warmblood stallion Don Juan van de Donkhoeve in the jump off.
This marked the Olympic debut for the 29-year-old equestrian, while her teammates – McLain Ward and Laura Kraut – are Olympic veterans.
Springsteen is one of the top jumpers in the United States and has represented the country in many international events.
Jessica, who started riding when she was a child, was inspired by her mother, singer-songwriter Patti Scialfa.
(Photo: Michael Kramer)
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