Olympian Lisa’s name has appeared on the leader board in more than in 700 US ranked Dressage competitions. She won the Team Silver Medal at the 2002 FEI World Equestrian Games and a Team Bronze Medal in in the 2004 Olympics.
Originally from Colorado, Lisa moved to Germany and trained there for over a decade with the one of the sport’s most prolific masters, Herbert Rehbein. Now based in Florida, Lisa trains and competes and gives clinics throughout North America.
Lisa grew up on a cattle ranch with her six brothers and sisters, where they all worked with the cattle, broke young horses and trained them to cut and drive cattle.
“For me it was clear relatively early that horses would play a central role in my life. While studying equine science I rode a friend’s horse in eventing tests up to medium level. My German husband at the time, Jan Ebeling awakened my interest and love for dressage. I thought it was great fun to ride “curly-cues” in the ring while he was teaching dressage clinics. After moving to California I learned the complete Grand Prix program from an Oldenberg gelding named 'Funny Boy.'"
Lisa Wilcox Favorite Vita Flex® Pro Products
Vita Flex® Pro Accel Health & Wellness supplement: for overall health.
Vita Flex® Pro Master’s Hoof Blend™ formulation: "It’s fabulous. Our horses have exceptionally good looking feet and I’m very, very happy with the quality of the hoof they’re growing.”
Vita Flex® Pro Lactanase® supplement: For muscle recovery throughout the training program.
- Team bronze at the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens, Greece on Relevant
- Individual Silver Medalist at the Open European Championship at Hickstead, Great Britain on Relevant
- Winner 2017 Florida Gold Cup Freestyle Global Dressage Festival
- 1st Place 2017 FEI Grand Prix Adequan Global Dressage Festival CDI-W riding
- 1st Place 2015 Palm Beach Derby National USEF Developing Horse
- 2011 USEF Developing Horse National Championship
- 2009 Reserve Champion Region 3 Open Grand Prix Championship