Steve Jobs's daughter competes at equestrian competition in Rome

Steve Jobs's daughter competes at equestrian competition in Rome

September 17, 2021

Steve Jobs’ daughter Eve competes at the international equestrian Longines Global Champions Tour of Rome under watchful eyes of mom Laurene Powell Jobs who’ sworn to leave her daughter nothing of her $21.7B fortune

  • Eve Jobs, 23, competed in an international equestrian competition on Thursday in Rome, Italy, after training at a $15million, 3.5-acre ranch in Wellington, Florida, her mother bought in 2016
  • Her proud mother Laurene Powell Jobs, 57, watched from the sidelines wearing a cream top and sheer cardigan while sipping bottled water and checking her phone 
  • Powell Jobs inherited the Apple founder’s $21.7billion fortune when her husband passed away from pancreatic cancer in 2011, making her the 35th-richest person in the world 
  • She doesn’t plan to give any of her three daughters a single dollar of the fortune and told The Times she’s ‘not interested in legacy wealth buildings, and my children know that’. ‘Steve wasn’t interested in that,’ she added

Steve Jobs’ youngest daughter competed in the international equestrian Longines Global Champions Tour in Rome today as her mother Laurene Powell Jobs, who has sworn to leave her nothing of her late father’s multibillion-dollar fortune, watched. 

Eve Jobs, 23, was ranked fifth out of the 1,000 best riders under 25 in the world by Horse Sports and will certainly be a tough competitor at the three-day competition taking place September 16 to 18.  

Since she began riding at six years old Eve has earned thousands of dollars in prize money for her victories. Her wins come as no surprise given she trained at a $15million ranch in Wellington, Florida, her mom bought in 2016 with the fortune she inherited from her late husband, according to the South China Morning Post (SCMP). 

Laurene Powell Jobs, 57, inherited the Apple founder’s $21.7billion fortune when her husband passed away from pancreatic cancer in 2011. 

She watched her daughter compete from a table on the sidelines wearing a cream top and sheer cardigan while sipping bottled water and checking her phone. 

Eve donned white riding pants and a navy blue jacket paired with black boots and a helmet, which matched her horse’s saddle. 

Steve Jobs’ youngest daughter Eve Jobs (pictured) competed in the international equestrian Longines Global Champions Tour in Rome today


The 23-year-old was ranked fifth out of the 1,000 best riders under 25 in the world by Horse Sports and will certainly be a tough competitor at the three-day competition

At the competition in Rome on Thursday she donned white riding pants and a navy blue jacket paired with black boots and a matching helmet

The horse’s saddle matched Eve’s outfit

Eve’s mother Laurene Powell Jobs (pictured), watched the competition from a table on the sidelines while sipping bottled water


Powell Jobs, 57, was pictured on her phone and watching her daughter compete at the equestrian competition in Rome, Italy

Powell Jobs  has sworn to leave Eve and her two older sisters nothing of her late father’s multibillion-dollar fortune

The 3.5-acre ranch Eve trained at has been dubbed ‘the equestrian capital of the world’ and features four bedrooms, five-and-a-half bathrooms, a 40-foot long screened-in pool, a detached barn for up to 20 horses, plus a show-jumping training rink. 

The inheritance made Powell Jobs the 35th-richest person in the world. However, in an interview with the New York Times she revealed that she doesn’t plan to give Eve – or her other two daughters – a single dollar of the fortune.

‘I’m not interested in legacy wealth buildings, and my children know that,’ she said in The Times interview. 

‘Steve wasn’t interested in that. If I live long enough, it ends with me,’ Powell Jobs added. 

Instead she plans to spend the money on philanthropy and said that handing money to Eve or her sisters Reed and Erin, shows a ‘kind of accumulation of wealth (that) is dangerous for a society’.

She told The Times: ‘It’s not right for individuals to accumulate a massive amount of wealth that’s equivalent to millions and millions of other people combined.

‘There’s nothing fair about that. We saw that at the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries with the Rockefellers and Carnegies and Mellons and Fords of the world. It shouldn’t be this way.’ 

Even though she isn’t getting some of the $21.7billion Eve has been making a name for herself. The equestrian star graduated from Stanford University, where her parents met, earlier this year.

After keeping a low profile throughout her childhood she shocked the Internet when she starred in Glossier’s holiday ad campaign alongside Euphoria actress Sydney Sweeney and RuPaul’s Drag Race runner-up Naomi Smalls.

As reported by SCMP she was photographed for the ad in a bubble bath and sipped wine wearing nothing but gold jewelry and Glossier’s shiny lip gloss. 

Eve now documents her life on Instagram, sharing mostly modeling photos and pictures from equestrian competitions with her more than 227,000 followers. 

Even though she isn’t getting some of the $21.7billion Eve has been making a name for herself

Eve was competing to win hundreds of thousands of dollars in unprecedented prize money. Past champions have won more than $1million

Eve documents her equestrian competitions on Instagram where she has more than 227,000 followers

The competition is three days long and is taking place September 16 to 18

In 2019 the young rider finished with bronze in the Longines FEI Jumping Nations Cup Final in Barcelona, Spain, and joins quote a few wealthy daughters with well-known surnames who share a love of the sport, including her older half-sister Jennifer.

Michael Bloomberg’s daughter Georgina Bloomberg, Bruce Springsteen’s daughter Jessica Springsteen, and Steven Spielberg’s daughter Destry Spielberg, Tom Selleck’s daughter Hannah Selleck have all ride horses.

Eve has also competed against Bill Gates’ daughter Jennifer Gates. 

Laurene Powell Jobs (right with Steve Jobs), 57, inherited the Apple founder’s $21.7billion fortune when her husband passed away from pancreatic cancer in 2011

Eve (right) has been making a name for herself as an equestrian star since she graduated from Stanford University, where her parents met, earlier this year

Family: Eve (second from left) is pictured with her mother (left), her older sisters Erin (center) and Lisa (second from right), and her father (right) at the Corinth Canal in Greece, 2006


After keeping a low profile throughout her childhood she shocked the Internet when she starred in Glossier’s holiday ad campaign where she was photographed in a bubble bath sipping wine and wearing nothing but gold jewelry and Glossier’s shiny lip gloss

In 2019 the young rider finished with bronze in the Longines FEI Jumping Nations Cup Final in Barcelona, Spain (pictured)

Eve (left) joins quote a few wealthy daughters with well-known surnames who share a love of the sport, including her older half-sister Jennifer, Michael Bloomberg’s daughter Georgina Bloomberg (third from right), Bruce Springsteen’s daughter Jessica Springsteen (right), and Steven Spielberg’s daughter Destry Spielberg

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