Otherwise, it was an outstanding season for Springsteen. Individually, she gained the Queen’s Cup in October in Barcelona, Spain, defeating 53 opponents to earn almost $37,000. As of Dec. 21, she was the seventh-ranked present jumper within the United States, in keeping with U.S. Equestrian.
After spending a lot of her childhood driving on the Springsteen farm in Colts Neck, N.J., she is now pushed to qualify for the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo.
“Representing my country and competing in team competitions is so important to me,” Springsteen mentioned. “I’m hoping everything lines up. If not the next Olympics, then hopefully the one after that.”
She recalled her first competitors, driving a pony at 5 at a present on the Meadowlands in East Rutherford, N.J., an indelible second for Bruce Springsteen, who reminisced about it in his 2016 memoir, “Born to Run.”
He wrote: “She captures a green ribbon and places sixth. The ride home is quiet as she sits in her riding gear, mysteriously humming. We tell her how well she did, how proud we are. She says nothing. Then, from the musical quiet in the back seat come two questions: ‘What was the name of the girl who won?’ and ‘What did she do to win.’”
“I was really upset,” Jessica Springsteen mentioned lately. “I was very competitive at a young age.”
Her father, the rock ‘n’ roll and New Jersey icon who concluded his 14-month “Springsteen on Broadway” present at Walter Kerr Theater on Dec. 15, and her mom, an E Street Band member who sang on a few the numbers within the Broadway present, make each effort to see their daughter compete.
“They haven’t had much time off with their Broadway show, but they came to London this year,” Jessica Springsteen mentioned. “Sometimes, occasions would line up with their tour locations and if they’d a number of days off, they’d come.
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