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Jessica Kurtan - Leading Irish Showjuming Rider

  - Jessica Kurtan - Leading Irish Showjuming Rider

billy_cut.jpgBorn November 24, 1969 Jessica Kürten is an Irish equestrian who competes in the sport of show jumping. Born Jessica Chesney, Kürten won several national pony championships as a youth. In 2006 Jessica Kürten was ranked 2nd in the FEI rider ranking and was the leading female showjumper.

Jessica Kurtan - Leading Irish Showjuming Rider

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