It was Springsteen who was boss.
But it was not daddy Bruce, who wielded the guitar, but his daughter Jessica with a firm hand on the reins.
For Jessica Springsteen is one of the world's leading springryttere, and it showed she at the weekend in Stockholm at the Sweden International Horse Show.
in Front of a packed Swedish national stadium, Friends Arena, prevailed she in the finest springdisciplin: the Grand Prix.
"I'm so happy. My horse is so fast, so I knew that I could win. I went after it, and my horse was with me all the way," said Jessica Springsteen, subsequent to Svt.see.
The 27-year-old american gave a lot of credit to his 10-year-olds jump, Volange du Val Henry.
"I've had her since she was eight. She is so talented and struggling really for me," said the winner, who scored just about 200,000 dollars for the effort.
See a bit of Jessica Only winning performance in Stockholm here:
Jessica Springsteen started riding as a four-year, and a few years later she was given a pony by her parents, when the family moved out into the countryside.
"My mother has always wanted to ride. She began to get education, and then at some stage we moved, I would also like to begin. We came to live close to a topstald, and then it just continued," Jessica Springsteen previously told the CBS
The professional career took off when she studied psychology at Duke University. To the magazine, the Parade turns she is real, that it 'definitely a goal' to participate at the OLYMPIC games in Tokyo next year. It has Jessica Springsteen never tried, and there is great support from the famous father.
"My best advice to my daughter: 'Keep focusing on the things you really like'," Bruce Springsteen said to the magazine Harper's Bazaar.
And she did that in Stockholm on Sunday. Jessica Springsteen and Volange du Val Henry, who daily has a base in Belgium, did the obstacles in time 35,53 seconds. It could be no other match.
the Closest in came the Dutch Harrie Smolders in the time 35,98 seconds and brazilian Marlon Modolo Zanotelli in the time 36,70 seconds.
It was, moreover, by the same great competition in Stockholm, where Jessica Springsteen triumphed, that the Danish Cathrine Dufour, surprisingly, could be the shelf as the winner in the dressurkonkurrencen, which got her to say 'What the hell just happened?'
We are ending the right of with a picture of the danger to the original boss in the family Springsteen:
Updated Date: 02 December 2019, 14:00