Mary-Kate Olsen places THIRD at Rome Equestrian Tournament

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Mary-Kate Olsen shows off her incredible equestrian skills by placing THIRD in the Longines Global Champions Tour in Rome










Actress and fashion mogul Mary-Kate Olsen is also a competitive rider.

The 35-year-old honed his riding skills by placing third in the Longines Global Champions Tour in Rome on Saturday.

Mary-Kate, who rose to fame as a ’90s child star alongside her twin sister Ashley on the TV sitcom Full House, looked like a natural in her riding gear and jodhpurs.

Multi-faceted: Mary-Kate Olsen (pictured), 35, is a skilled rider as she placed THIRD at the Longines Global Champions Tour in Rome on Saturday

Showing off her style credentials, Mary-Kate accessorized a pair of trendy narrow-rimmed black sunglasses.

She looked natural as she eased through bars at the glamorous event.

While her passion for competitive show jumping may surprise some, the fashion designer first “fell in love” with the sport at the age of six.

In her element: The actress and fashion mogul looked natural as she eased through bars at the glamorous event

In her element: The actress and fashion mogul looked natural as she eased through bars at the glamorous event

Riding Gear: Mary-Kate, who rose to fame as a '90s child star alongside her twin sister Ashley on the TV sitcom Full House, looked like a natural in her riding gear and jodhpurs

Riding Gear: Mary-Kate, who rose to fame as a ’90s child star alongside her twin sister Ashley on the TV sitcom Full House, looked like a natural in her riding gear and jodhpurs

Her passion: While her passion for competitive show jumping may surprise some, the fashion designer “fell in love” with the sport for the first time at the age of six.

Her passion: While her passion for competitive show jumping may surprise some, the fashion designer “fell in love” with the sport for the first time at the age of six.

“I was six when I first fell in love and it was with a pony named 4×4,” Mary-Kate previously revealed in a profile for HITS.

Mary-Kate participated in the equestrian team while attending Campbell Hall School in Los Angeles, but later abandoned it when she moved to New York.

“Having horseback riding as an outlet was super important because it allowed me to have another life and to have an outlet outside of work and school,” she said. “I continued to ride through high school and quit when I moved to New York.”

From an early age:

From a young age: “I was six when I first fell in love and it was with a pony named 4×4,” Mary-Kate previously revealed in a profile for HITS

Growing up in Los Angeles: Mary-Kate was part of the equestrian team while attending Campbell Hall School in Los Angeles, but later abandoned it when she moved to New York

Growing up in Los Angeles: Mary-Kate was part of the equestrian team while attending Campbell Hall School in Los Angeles, but later abandoned it when she moved to New York

Another outlet:

Short break:

Another outlet: “Having horseback riding as an outlet was super important because it allowed me to have another life and an outlet outside of work and school,” she said. “I continued to ride through high school and quit when I moved to New York”

However, it didn’t take long for Mary-Kate to pick up her jogging pants and resume riding.

“I came back to the sport because I missed it every day I wasn’t riding. It was the hardest thing to leave and the hardest thing to come back to, ”she explained.

Designer Elizabeth & James also revealed how her love of horseback riding inspired some of her clothing designs, especially with structured blazers.

Take it seriously: However, it wasn't long before Mary-Kate picked up her jodhpurs and returned to riding

Take it seriously: However, it wasn’t long before Mary-Kate picked up her jodhpurs and returned to riding

Part of his identity: “I came back to sport because I missed it every day I wasn't riding.  It was the hardest thing to leave and the hardest thing to come back to, ”she explained.

Part of his identity: “I came back to sport because I missed it every day I wasn’t riding. It was the hardest thing to leave and the hardest thing to come back to, ”she explained.

Sister act: Designer Elizabeth & James also revealed how her love of horseback riding inspired some of her clothing designs, especially with structured blazers.  Pictured with her twin sister Ashley in June 2019

Sister act: Designer Elizabeth & James also revealed how her love of horseback riding inspired some of her clothing designs, especially with structured blazers. Pictured with her twin sister Ashley in June 2019

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