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As a part of our efforts to protect the health of our employees, US Equestrian is working under a flexible work plan for our staff. As we transition to this modified format, there may be interruptions to service. We will do our best to have all services fully functioning as quickly as possible. Customer Care can be reached by emailing [email protected], online chat or leave a voicemail by calling (859) 258-2472. Thank you in advance for your understanding and patience.
Debbie McDonald
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Debbie McDonald

Debbie McDonald is the Technical Advisor and Chef d'Equipe for the U.S. Dressage Team. In 2018, the US Equestrian Federation announced that she would succeed Robert Dover in this role following the FEI World Equestrian Games™ (WEG) Tryon 2018.
Jennifer Baumert
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Jennifer Baumert

Jennifer Baumert represented the U.S. Dressage Team for the first time at the 2019 FEI Dressage Nations Cup USA in Wellington, Fla. where she aided the team to their gold medal finish. Baumert's list of accolades include being named to the long list for the U.S. Dressage Team for the 2012 London Olympic Games, as well as being awarded multiple gold, silver, and bronze medals from the United States Dressage Federation (USDF). Additionally, she was named the 2018 USEF Intermediaire I Reserve National Champion at the USEF Dressage Festival of Champions.
Shelly Francis
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Shelly Francis

Shelly Francis grew up in Bar Harbor, Maine, where her family still owns a 30-acre farm. Over the last 20 years, she has quietly achieved results in Prix St. Georges and Grand Prix competition. In 1996, Francis was second alternate for the U.S. Olympic team with Pikant. In 1997, the pair won the USDF Grand Prix Champion Horse of the Year. She and Danilo were 2018 FEI World Cup Dressage Final competitors. Francis's additional list of accolades include being named as the two-time traveling reserve for the U.S. Olympic Dressage Team (Rio 2016, Atlanta 1996) and the traveling reserve for the Rome 1998 FEI World Equestrian Games™ (WEG) U.S. Dressage Team.
Ashley Holzer
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Ashley Holzer

Canadian born, Ashley Holzer was a staple in the Canadian dressage community for nearly four decades. Her accolades as part of Team Canada include four trips to the Olympic Games (London 2012, Beijing 2008, Athens 2004, and Seoul 1988 where she won her team bronze medal) and as a three-time Canadian WEG competitor (Lexington, Ky., 2010; Aachen, Germany, 2006; and Jerez de la Frontera, Spain, 2002). In 2017, Holzer officially declared she would ride for the U.S. Dressage Team. Since that time she has been named to two FEI Dressage Nations Cup teams, including the gold-medal winning 2018 FEI Dressage Nations Cup USA team and the gold-medal winning 2019 FEI Dressage Nations Cup USA.
Charlotte Jorst
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Charlotte Jorst

Danish-born, Charlotte Jorst is a U.S. Grand Prix athlete, competing nationally and internationally for the last 15 years. After excelling at the lower levels, Jorst began competing in CDI competition in 2012. In 2015, Jorst competed in her first Nations Cup for the U.S. Dressage Team at CDIO5* Rotterdam. She and Kastel’s Nintendo placed third in the Grand Prix Special, helping the U.S. to a Team Bronze medal. In 2016 Jorst competed at the FEI World Cup Dressage Finals and was a U.S. representative at the FEI World Breeding Dressage Championships for Young Horses in 2013. Most recently, Jorst represented the United States as part of the gold-medal winning team at the 2019 FEI Dressage Nations Cup USA.