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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.
Robert Ridland
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Robert Ridland

The show jumping community always knew Robert Ridland as a great rider, but now they also see him as the brilliant, strategic mind guiding the NetJets Show Jumping team to unprecedented success. Ridland brings several decades of international experience to the U.S. Show Jumping. As an athlete he competed in the Montreal 1976 Olympic Games and won several grand prix competitions throughout his riding career. Ridland has been extensively involved in the governance of the sport, including several terms as a board member of US Equestrian and the United States Equestrian Team Foundation.
Lizzy Chesson
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Lizzy Chesson

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.
Lucy Deslauriers
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Lucy Deslauriers

Member of the Lima 2019 Pan American Games U.S. Jumping Team; Member of several FEI Jumping Nations Cup™ Teams; United States Equestrian Team Foundation’s 2016 Lionel Guerrand-Hermès Trophy recipient; 2015 USEF U25 National Champion; Neue Schule/USEF Junior Jumper National Champion; ASPCA Maclay Reserve National Equitation Champion; Zone 2 NAYC team silver medalist and individual gold medalist (2014 individual silver medalist); and WEF Excellence in Equitation Champion medalist; 2014 Randolph College/USEF Junior Jumper National Championship Zone 2 team silver medalist
Alex Granato
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Alex Granato

Alex Granato is a member of the Lima 2019 U.S. Pan American Games Jumping Team and has been a member of several FEI Jumping Nations Cup™ Teams, including the silver medal-winning team in the 2019 FEI Jumping Nations Cup™ Mexico, the 2018 FEI Jumping Nations Cup Final, the silver medal-winning team in the 2018 FEI Jumping Nations Cup Mexico, and the 2015 FEI Jumping Nations Cup Lisbon CSIO3*. Granato also competed in the FEI North American Youth Championships.
Eve Jobs
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Eve Jobs

Member of the Lima 2019 Pan American Games U.S. Jumping Team; Placed in the top 15 in the 2019 FEI Jumping World Cup™ Final; placed second in the 2019 FEI Jumping World Cup Standings North American Western Sub-League; Member of FEI Jumping Nations Cup™ teams, including the silver medal- and bronze medal-winning teams in the 2019 FEI Jumping Nations Cup Mexico and Canada, respectively; Two-time FEI North American Youth Championships competitor (2015, 2014)
Beezie Madden
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Beezie Madden

Beezie Madden is a four-time Olympian, including team silver at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games as well as team gold and individual bronze at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games and team bronze at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games. She is a member of the NetJets® U.S. Jumping Team for the FEI World Equestrian Games™ Tryon 2018 and a 2014 Alltech/FEI World Equestrian Games™ individual and team bronze medalist. She is the 2018 and 2013 FEI World Cup™ Jumping Final Champion and a three-time Pan American Games athlete, winning Lima 2019 team and individual bronze; Guadalajara 2011 team gold and individual silver; and Santo Domingo 2003 Pan team gold. Madden is also a valuable member of several medal winning FEI Nations Cup teams for U.S. jumping, including her most recent appearance on the bronze-medal winning team at FEI Jumping Nations Cup USA and the gold-medal winning team at FEI Jumping Nations Cup Wellington CSIO4*.
Richard Spooner
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Richard Spooner

Fifteen-time FEI Jumping World Cup™ Final competitor (2018, 2012-2002, 2000-1998) with a fourth-place finish in 1998; Member of FEI Jumping Nations Cup™ teams, including the silver medal- and bronze medal-winning teams in the 2019 FEI Jumping Nations Cup Mexico and Canada, respectively