Elizabeth grew up locally near Glastonbury and was bought her first pony when she was two and half and has been riding ever since! As a child she was a member of the Mendip Pony Club and then the Blackmore and Sparkford Vale, taking part in all pony club activities as well as showing and some dressage, too. The turning point came when, age 13, Sally Goodwin Davis offered Elizabeth the ride on her 12.3hh former FEI dressage pony Cotterill Goldcrest (Bart) and gave her an insight in to the world of dressage. It was through Sally that Elizabeth found her first horse Holme Grove Bardot, who had previously been a broodmare and had also hunted several seasons with the Blackmore Vale. Together they learnt and progressed from Novice to Advanced Level as well as being selected for Junior National Training in 2009.
Elizabeth then spent several years based with Shena Kozuba Kozubska at Equi-Sense and started taking her BHS exams, After completing her A levels, Elizabeth worked in a couple of private dressage yards as well as completing her BHS AI and beginning the partnership with her next horse Don Dellero (Lexi), who together they won the Area Festival Novice Open Final in 2012, as well as competing in the Advanced Medium Restricted regionals later that Summer.
Then Elizabeth spent the next year completing her British Dressage Advanced Apprenticeship with Anna Ross at Altogether Equestrian. In the summer of 2013, Elizabeth moved to the Talland School of Equitation to train for her BHS II. She also started to look after Jonny’s horses, as well as horses for Vivian Chang, a member of the Taiwanese dressage team. At Talland, Elizabeth became one of Talland's Intermediate Coaches, as well as riding and competing several liveries for their owners. In 2014, she was a semi finalist in the BD Young Professionals Award with the following couple of years seeing plenty of good results – including top ten placings at the Regionals with Lexi, Fidelio and Delphi as well as qualifying for the 2015 National Championships with Fiddles at Elementary level. 2016 brought a new ride Pioneer Rosie belonging to Rachel Jones. Quickly forming a partnership they gained plenty of top ten placings at Small Tour level at each Premier League Show, including scored up to 72% in their first season together! Whilst with Lexi, they had wins at each Premier league show at Advanced Medium as well as top 3 placings at the Regionals. In 2017 Rosie stepped up to Intermedaire II and Under 25 Grand Prix level and they made their International Debut at Hickstead CDI at Under 25 Grand Prix level.
In 2017, Elizabeth launched the Collective TeamQuest Team, a dressage team made up of a selection of her regular pupils. The team ‘Collective Dreams’ was so successful there are now two further teams, ‘Collective Daydreams’ and ‘Collective Dreammakers’. You can follow their progress this season on their own webpage.