Betsy Juliano Elected Trustee of US Equestrian Team Foundation
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GLADSTONE, New Jersey, Feb. 6–Elizabeth Juliano, a rider, owner and major sposor of dressage, is one of eight new trustees elected to the U.S. Equestrian Team Foundation.
The foundation announced the new trustees, in addition to Elizabeth Juliano, are Georgina Bloomberg, George Davis, Murray Kessler, Lyle Lovett, Misdee Wrigley Miller, MK Pritzker and Philip Richter.
The trustees will aid and assist the foundation in its mission to support the competition, training, coaching, travel and educational needs of America’s elite and developing international, high-performance horses and athletes in partnership with the U.S. Equestrian Federation.
Elizabeth B. Juliano of Gates Mills, Ohio and Wellington, Florida, is a dressage rider and owns several international level prospects currently with George Williams. She owns Havensafe Farm North and South. She founded and leads Litigation Management which acquires, reviews, analyzes and summarizes thousands of pages of medical records to provide defense counsels with summaries and analyses.
Georgina Bloomberg of North Salem, New York and Wellington, competes in jumping; MK Pritzker of Kenosha, Wisconsin, was a member of the Miss Independent Group with U.S. Olympian Laura Kraut; Murray Kessler of Armonk, New York, and Wellington coptes in amateur-owner jumpers, is on the board of the North American Riders Group is president and CEO of Lorillard, Inc.; George Davis of Los Angeles, whose daughter, Lucy, is a jumper rider, is CEO and portfolio manager at Hotchkis and Wiley Capital Management; Misdee Wrigley Miller of Paris, Kentucky, is a world pairs driving bronze medalist; Philip Richter of Bedford, New York, competes in amateur-owner jumpers and is , and is president and CEO of Hollow Brook Associates, an investment management firm, and Lyle Lovett, the Grammy Award-winning singer/songwriter who trains and owns reining horses.