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Elisa Wallace is a 4 star three-day eventer and mustang advocate based out of Jasper, GA. Driven not by what she does, but rather by why she does it, Elisa is highly motivated to represent the United States of America in international competition, and to raise awareness about the thousands of American Mustangs currently in BLM holding facilities, and their potential as athletes in the sport of Three-Day Eventing.
I’ve been in England for a while now, and Johnny is settling in really well. Enjoying my time with fellow eventer Katherine Coleman, her groom Caz, and her dog Buddy. I was recently joined by my husband Timothy and my groom Loreen Kay. We’re having lots of fun at the same time as I focus[…]
We are tremendously excited to announce that Kimberly and Larry Loveless have joined the Wallace Eventing family as the latest members of the Simply Priceless Syndicate! Kimberly and Larry co-own and operate Gin Lot Farms, which specializes in gentling and training Mustangs. “Both of us are very pleased to become members of the Simply Priceless[…]
Want to see what packing for a competition overseas looks like? After taming the ‘black dragon’ (aka Johnny aka Simply Priceless) at Millbrook, it’s back home where I face a tack explosion and get organized in preparation to leave for the Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials.
This short vlog is from High Acre Farm in The Plains, Virginia where I trained with Johnny last week before Millbrook and in preparation for Burghley in a few weeks. Support for my trip has been amazing! Thank you to all my fans and supporters for giving generously of what you have in order to[…]
Looking forward to competing at Burghley in September! I’m fundraising to make this a reality. In addition to a GoFundMe, I’ll also me auctioning off the saddle that I used during my very first Rolex! Follow me on Facebook for more information and to place your bid! Ozzie goes on his first field trip, and[…]
Hanging out at a waterfall with Maya Black and Caitlin Calder before heading back to Rock Creek Farms. Ozzie gets his first trail ride and first canter under saddle. I convince my husband to do jumping jacks.
Getting back on the literal and figurative horse following my fall at the Nations Cup at Great Meadow last weekend.
A quick pit stop back at the farm and then back to Virginia to train in advance of Great Meadows later this week. I was super excited to see that my new One K helmets had arrived, as well as my new barn shoes! Johnny is doing great! Totally spoiled, and he pulled a shoe[…]
I missed the vlog last week, but with good reason. It’s been busy and kind of secretive as I was training in Virginia leading up to the big Olympic announcement on June 21. Now that the big announcement has been made, I am happy to share some moments from the past weeks. Enjoy!
Ozzie sees lots of improvement as he finally begins to feel comfortable under saddle. A trip to Dover Saddlery to try on One K helmets and get a new hay bag for Johnny ends with the discovery of Southern Biscuits and Gravy potato chips, and an argument with my Canadian husband.