Jessica Springsteen started riding when she was 5 years old after her family moved to a horse farm in New Jersey. Jessica initially rode in equitation classes and won the 2007 Christy Conard Perpetual Trophy for Equestrian Excellence, 2008 National Championship and 2009 Excellence in Equitation Championship. Since moving to pure show jumping, Jessica won medals at the 2010 North American Young Rider Championships, has been selected for Senior Nations Cup teams and was reserve rider for the 2012 London Olympics.
Being placed in the Queens Cup, Spruce Meadows is for her one of the most memorable moments of her career so far. The most influential people in her career are her trainer Laura Kraut and her parents. Jessica describes the Global Champions Tour as a great experience with great locations. Her aim to to represent her country in the 2016 Rio Olympics.
2010 North American Young Riders Championship Individual Bronze and Team Silver medallist with Vornado van den Hoendrik
2016 GCL Team Rider for Shanghai Swans
2017 GCL Team Rider for Shanghai Swans
2018 GCL Team Rider for Miami Celtics
2019 GCL Team Rider for Miami Celtics