Found September 22, 2012 on
Bush League Chronicle:
The daughter of rock icon Bruce Springsteen has her sights set on competing for the United States in showjumping at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. She took a major step in qualifying by purchasing a gold medal-winning horse from the London Olympics this week.The amount paid for 10-year-old gelding known as "Vinnie" wasn't disclosed, but it's safe to assume it didn't come cheap. Luckily the Springsteen family has plenty money of cash to burn considering the infinite amount of income his musical career has produced.Jessica Springsteen missed the cut for the U.S. Olympic equestrian team for London this past year. But she's hoping a new ride and four more years to train will push her through next time around. A tip of the cap to Fox Sports Australia.
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Bruce Springsteen's daughter has bought a gold medal-winning horse from the London Olympics with hopes of competing for the United States in showjumping at the 2016 Games in Rio de Janeiro.
Peter Charles rode Murka's Vindicat W in a jump-off to clinch the Olympic team title for Britain last month. He says the 10-year-old gelding has been sold to Jessica...
Bruce Springsteen's daughter has bought a gold medal-winning horse from the London Olympics with hopes of her own glory days by competing for the United States in showjumping at the 2016 Games in Rio de Janeiro.
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Olympic gold medallist Peter Charles' horse Murka's Vindicat W has been sold to 20-year old Jessica, the daughter...
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