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She is the daughter of the former Apple boss Steve Jobs, he is the future son-in-law of Microsoft founder Bill Gates – together Eve Jobs and Nayel Nassar are successful in the riding course. The 23-year-old American and the 30-year-old Egyptian won the Global Champions League, a team competition as part of the Global Champions Tour million series, on Saturday in the Derby Park in Hamburg.

It is not only through the fortune of her father, who died ten years ago, that Eve Jobs has the financial means to buy good horses. She has long since proven her riding talent. Just a few hours after winning the team competition in the 300,000 euro event of the Global Champions Tour, she underlined how good she is. Behind winner Harrie Smolders from the Netherlands, the hobby model came in second at Venue d’Fees Des Hazalles.

Smolders won the jumping with the mare Une de l’Othain, which Jennifer Gates (25) gave him. The eldest daughter of Bill Gates, who has long been an ambitious rider herself, is currently concentrating on her medical studies – and she is the fiancée of Eve Jobs’ team partner Nassar.

Successful riders with famous surnames are not uncommon: Jessica Springsteen (29) won Olympic silver with the US team in Tokyo, much to the delight of her father, the singer Bruce Springsteen (“Born in the USA”). Georgina Bloomberg (38) is the daughter of billionaire and former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg. Athina Onassis (36), granddaughter of the legendary shipowner Aristoteles Onassis, herself competed in high-class tournaments for a long time.

German riders from prominent parents also competed at the tournament in Hamburg – albeit in smaller tests. Paola Poletto (19) is the daughter of star chef Cornelia Poletto, Luna Schweiger (24) has a famous father: actor and director Til Schweiger.

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