“Riding always keeps you humble. It’s great to see your hard work pay off, but you have to constantly stay at the top of your game,” Jobs told tutoring service Upper Echelon Academy in a 2016 interview.

“It has taught me independence, dedication and perseverance, which I can apply to all realms of my life,” she said.

Jobs’ mother, Laurene Powell Jobs, paid $15.3 million in 2016 for a 3.5 acre ranch in Wellington, Florida, which has been dubbed “the equestrian capital of the world.” The compound, the Miami Herald reports, is right across the street from an estate Bill Gates purchased for $37 million. The Microsoft co-founder’s daughter, Jennifer, 21, is also a competitive equestrian.