Danielle Goldstein on Lizziemary, Tough Courses, & a Love For Her Team

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on't let those peacock feathers fool you - Dani Goldstein means business. Although she's got the best hair in the biz, her iconic locks are just a lucky bonus here at the World Equestrian Games - and they just may be the good luck charm she was hoping for. She's been putting in consistently solid rounds on Alan Wade's highly technical courses, including today's clear individual round, which catapulted her to the lead and had the crowd in Tryon erupting in passionate cheers.

She's a fan favorite for myriad reasons, but it's her passion for Team Israel and deep connection with her 'horse of a lifetime,' Lizziemary, that stand out here at the Games. Despite a hairline fracture on her foot nine weeks ago, Lizziemary and Dani are putting their best "hoof" forward. From her flying feathers to her flying mare, Dani is proving once again that she's one to watch.

 

 

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Written by Erin Lane

Erin Lane is the Director of Insider at NOËLLE FLOYD and a living definition of crazy horse girl. A lifelong hunter/jumper rider and avid polo player, Erin believes that equestrian education should be accessible to all riders and is on a mission to bring that to life through Insider. Shaped by the horse community, Erin wants to give back, build relationships connected by a passion for horses, and vibe with her fellow horse girls. You can pretty easily win her over with bay horses, weenie dogs, and wine in any form.