Monday, Jun. 3, 2024

Lisa Goldman Has Arrived In Belgium

COTH blogger Lisa Goldman is her two top grand prix horses, the U.S.-bred Centurion B and Hindsight, to Europe for the U.S. Equestrian Federation's Development Tour this summer.

Goldman, 26, works alongside her mother, Mary, at the family’s Red Coat Farm in Hawthorn Woods, Ill., and has worked her way up the grand prix ranks over the years. You can read and see more about her journey in her first blog, "Lisa Goldman's Team Jacket Is All Packed."

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COTH blogger Lisa Goldman is her two top grand prix horses, the U.S.-bred Centurion B and Hindsight, to Europe for the U.S. Equestrian Federation’s Development Tour this summer.

Goldman, 26, works alongside her mother, Mary, at the family’s Red Coat Farm in Hawthorn Woods, Ill., and has worked her way up the grand prix ranks over the years. You can read and see more about her journey in her first blog, “Lisa Goldman’s Team Jacket Is All Packed.”

The horses are spending a week at a layover farm in Brussels, Belgium. The team—which includes Jamie Barge, Chloe Reid, Brittni Raflowitz, and Emily Short—shows July 6-10 in Knokke, Belgium, then will spend the next two weeks preparing for the FEI Nations Cup in Sanmorin, Slovakia.  After the Nations Cup, the group will show one week in San Giovanni, Italy on July 28-31, before making the trek back home. Goldman will be blogging along the journey for Chronicle readers.

Here’s Lisa talking about the journey…

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Some pictures from Lisa’s trip with Centurion B and Hindsight, from Chicago to New York City to Amsterdam to Brussels!


The horses loaded onto the plane at JFK airport in New York.


Centurion B and Hindsight arrived safely in Amsterdam and loaded onto a lorry for the trip to the layover farm in Belgium. 


Hindsight (left) and Centurion B were happy to be settled in with fresh shavings and big stalls.


Centurion B caught a quick snooze to rest up from all the travel.

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