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Lisa Wilcox (equestrian)

Lisa Margrit Wilcox (born September 8, 1966[1] in Thousand Oaks, California) is an equestrian riding instructor best known for her success in dressage. Lisa has won ribbons in approximately 660 competitions, including the team silver medal at the FEI World Equestrian Games in 2002 and a bronze medal in team dressage in the 2004 summer olympics.

Though Lisa is originally from Colorado, in 1994 she moved to Germany to train under Herbert Rehbein[2] and has spent the majority of her time living and riding in Europe since then. In addition to riding, Lisa has also appeared as a model for the European fashion boutique A'Dashi.[3]

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