Liz Halliday-Sharp, Team FLAIR

Liz Halliday-Sharp

"In this sport, our horses are true athletes and deserve every chance to perform their best. FLAIR® Strips are essential because they help our horses breathe easy and assist with recovery and cool outs, especially during summer months. Anything I can do for my horses is a win for me - whether show jumping or going cross country, you can find our horses wearing FLAIR Strips."

Hometown: San Diego, California


Began Riding: At the age of seven

User of FLAIR Strips for:
14 years

Highlights of 2020:
Winning 9 FEI events on six different horses, and recorded the most FEI wins in the World for 2020 - more than any other rider. 

Goals for 2021:
Tokyo Olympics and successfully moving each of her younger horses up to the next level. 

Biggest Accomplishments:
2020 Intermediate 7YO Horse of the Year (Cooley Stormwater), 2020 Preliminary Horse of the Year (Maryville Sir Henry), 2020 Rider of the Year - first female to win since 1981, 2020 Lady Rider of the Year, winner of the 2018 Ocala Jockey Club CIC3*, earned bronze at the 2018 FEI World Breeding Championships for Young Horses.

Fun Facts: Holds dual citizenship in the United States and United Kingdom, studied marine biology at the University of California - Santa Barbara, and completed the Le Mans 24 hour race and became the most successful female driver in the American Le Mans series with six victories.