As part of our effort to protect the health of our staff and comply with restrictions, we are currently operating under a flexible work plan. COVID restrictions may result in a brief delay in services, such as wait times and passport processing, however we are continuing to improve service times as restrictions are slowly lifted, while still considering the safety of our staff and members.
Lizzy Chesson has been deeply rooted in international equestrian sports for many years. As a groom for her mother, she was part of two World Championship Driving teams. At the age of 22, Chesson was selected to drive a pair of horses in the World Pair Championship in Hungary. She is a graduate of Columbia University where she studied German and Spanish and earned a degree in Art History.
Chesson began working for US Equestrian in 2006. Her first position was in the US Equestrian Show Jumping department as an assistant to then Managing Director Sally Ike. Chesson has been a member of the US Equestrian High Performance Driving Committee and the Chairperson of the US Equestrian High Performance Eligible Active Pair Driver Committee.