Jessica Springsteen is ready to ride!
The 29-year-old, who is the daughter of legendary rocker Bruce Springsteen, will compete at the Olympics later this month as part of the Equestrian team.
US Equestrian announced Jessica will form the final US jumping roster for the upcoming Tokyo games.
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Jessica will ride her 12-year-old stallion Don Juan Van de Donkhoeve.
Sports Illustrated previously reported she didn’t make the Olympic team in 2012 when her horse suffered leg issues. She started riding at four years of age on her family’s New Jersey farm.
Equestrian champion Melanie Smith Taylor told The New York Post Jessica “has really come into her own this year.”
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“She has said early on that she didn’t want to be known as Bruce Springsteen’s daughter alone. She wanted to forge her own path. She’s really doing that. She is very much at the elite level of the sport because of her performance,” Smith Taylor said a few months ago.
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Bruce shares Jessica with his wife of 28 years, Patti Scialfa. They also are the parents of Evan James, 30, and Samuel Ryan, 27.