December 27, 2020
Besides being a fantastic actor, Tom Selleck is also a loving father. This week, his daughter Hannah Selleck showed off her skiing abilities when she posted photos and a video on social media.
Hannah Selleck might be an equestrian by profession but she’s also quite good at skiing. Tom Selleck’s daughter with his ex-wife Jillie Mack shared some photos and a video of her vacationing in Aspen.
The athlete visited the area to spend part of her holidays. On her Instagram, she uploaded a photo of her posing with someone else while fully clothed in skiing gear with a backdrop of snow on the mountains.
Her second post showed her being recorded as she navigated her way down the mountain with ease. Clearly, horse riding isn’t the only skill Tom’s daughter possesses as she appeared to be in her element.
Taking to her Instagram Story, Hannah shared more photos from her trip. She shared images of the scenic area and posed with some people that she’d traveled with for the holidays.
One of the pictures in the thread also showed her at Aspen Airport ready to leave the venue and head home. She wrote a short note saying goodbye to Aspen after having enjoyed the visit.
The famous actor’s daughter started her career as a competitive equestrian show jumper from the age of 14. However, her love for horses started long before when she was just 4 years old.
She fell in love with the sport mainly because of her parents’ encouragement. They allowed her to try out different sports including dance, ice skating, soccer, but horse riding was the one she stuck to.
By the time she was 12, she was already quite serious about the sport. At 14 she was good at ballet and riding and that’s when she had to choose which sport she wanted to excel in.
Hannah keeps a very stringent competition schedule that sees her on the road most of the year. She’s had to travel to places like Wellington in the winter and she’s also a businesswoman.
The actor’s daughter runs a boutique horse-breeding company, Descanso Farm, which is near her family’s 65-acre ranch in Ventura County. Besides breeding, her farm also offers horse training.
Her hard work has earned her some impressive accolades over the years. Hannah’s once qualified for the Grand Prix level of competition and has won several international medals.
The equestrian has had top-five finishes in St. Moritz, Switzerland; Belgium; the Netherlands; and the Canadian Pacific Grand Prix. In 2018, she suffered a broken leg injury but was able to bounce back.