Mary-Kate Olsen returns to horseback riding competition: photos
Michelle Tanner would be proud. Full house alum Mary-kate olsen still rides a horse and she showed her skills in an Italian competition.
The 35-year-old was spotted at the Longines Global Champions Tour in Rome where she placed 3rd on Saturday September 18th.
The last ribbon came a few days after she placed second in the CSI2 2 Phases Special on Thursday September 16, with a time of 38.48 seconds, Vanity Fair reports.
The placements are an improvement over his last trip to equestrian competition. In 2019, she was disqualified due to a “course error” on one heat, but placed sixth in her class with horse Naomi on another, Sixth page reported at the time.
The love of the creator of Elizabeth and James for horses has been well documented. As a child star, she and her sister Ashley Olsen started riding at the age of 6, and their Full house character Michelle took up the same hobby. Mary-Kate later joined her high school equestrian team before competing in international competitions.
“Having horseback riding as an outlet was very important because it allowed me to have another life and to have an outlet outside of work and school,” she said in her rider profile HITS. “I continued to ride through high school and quit when I moved to New York.”
Since he left the cinema after 2011 Bestial, she competes for fun and works as a full-time fashion designer alongside her twin.
“One of The Row’s first blazers was inspired by one of my first show jumping coats,” the New York minutes star, who finalized her divorce from Olivier Sarkozy in January, said in his profile. “My sister and I always think about fit and comfort when designing anything that is equally important in equestrian clothing. “
Mary-Kate’s placement in horse riding competitions is not surprising. Along with her lifelong love of animals, she’s made it clear that she doesn’t do things by halves when she’s passionate.
“I think we’re very perfectionists,” the California native told iD in June for an oral history of herself and Ashley’s brand, The Row. “We are hard workers and we have always been hard workers. I’m glad people see it as a perfect product or products that look whole or whole. I think the reason we do fashion is to constantly try to correct our imperfections. And you have next season to do it. But it’s also our job to find any imperfections in there to make sure we’re constantly outdoing ourselves and training our eyes and making sure everyone is served. Just evolve and learn.
See photos of Mary-Kate in 3rd place below: