Steve Jobs's daughter Eve is living a flamboyant life
The 19-year-old shows off her high-flying lifestyle on Instagram, attends Stanford University and is an accomplished equestrian
Apple founder Steve Jobs' youngest daughter, Eve Jobs, has successfully created an identity of her own and going by her Instagram account is currently living it up.
The 19-year-old is a student at the renowned Stanford University and is already an accomplished equestrian.
The teenager was crowned "Rider of the Month" in her university and has already competed in numerous national and international level horse-riding competitions. She won the title "Rider of the month" after she took part in the East Conference of the Show Jumping Hall of Fame Jumper Classic Series in the Amateur-Owner division.
She won the accolade riding her horse Charleville, and was placed first and second respectively in the Show Jumping Hall of Fame classes during weeks 8 and 9 at the Winter Equestrian Festival in Wellington, Florida.
According to Business Insider, Eve has aced competitions around the world, including events in the Hamptons, Kentucky, Canada and the United Kingdom.
Eve has a star-studded social circle and is close friends with the likes of musician Bruce Springsteen's daughter Jessica, Bill Gates' daughter Jennifer Gates and Destry Allyn, daughter of revered filmmaker Steven Spielberg. All are members of equestrian teams in the university.
In an age when social media profiles determine one's position in the social strata, Eve has documented her achievements and her lavish lifestyle in her fascinating Instagram profile.
In the pictures, one can see that the Apple founder's daughter has captured pictures of herself on horseback, riding with her friends or with her boyfriend Eugenio Garza Pérez, who is a Miami School of Business student. Like Eve, he is also an avid equestrian.
The star couple reportedly met during a horse-riding competition, and they frequently post romantic shots from their exclusive trips around the globe.
Eve's boyfriend is the great-grandson of Eugenio Garza Sada, the president of Visa Group and founder of a prestigious private university in Mexico, the Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Studies. Thus Garza Perez also hails from a famous entrepreneurial family like her, and traces his family roots back to Monterrey.
Garza has already won competitions such as the Hollow Creek Farm Grand Prix in Kentucky, and the Upperville Jumper Classic in Virginia.
In the meanwhile, Eve is known to train her sport with Missy Clark, the show jumping champion, at her ranch in Wellington, Florida.
The $15 million ranch was bought by billionaire investor Laurene Powell-Jobs in 2016, five years after the legendary iPhone maker's demise.
The ranch has four bedrooms, five-and-a-half bathrooms, a 40-foot long screened-in pool, a detached barn for 20 horses, plus a show-jumping training rink.
Powell, in a rare interview about her late husband, said, "[Steve's] private legacy with me and the kids is that of husband and father. And we miss him every day."
Steve Jobs had said that he knew his youngest daughter will one day run the tech-giant Apple, according to his official biographer Walter Isaacson. He died of pancreatic cancer back in 2011.
According to Forbes, Eve, her mother, and siblings, are worth nearly $20.1 billion.
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