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Bruce Springsteen may have cultivated an image as a blue-collar man of the people, but he’s come a long way from playing gigs at the Stone Pony in Asbury Park, New Jersey, in the 1970s.

Springsteen’s musical success has bought him a very high-end lifestyle, such as a owning a horse farm in Colts Neck, New Jersey, and other homes, including one in the equestrian community of Wellington, Florida. So, it’s not surprising that his second child and only daughter grew up horsey.

Duke University student Jessica Springsteen, 22, is a word-class competitor in the international sport of show jumping (in which horses of different breeds, with both male and female riders, clear large obstacles on a timed course). At the beginning of the year, Springsteen signed on with luxury fashion brand Gucci as one of its equestrian ambassadors, and the company designed a riding wardrobe especially for her.