Danielle Goldstein is Pretty Badass
If ever there was a want ad specifying “charismatic, passionate girl with unique fashion sense who can ride,” Danielle Goldstein would get the job. Born into an un-horsey but sporty family in New York City, Goldstein has spent the past five years in Europe carving out her own particular path on the international stairway to success. Last summer Goldstein closed the gap on fulfilling her ambition of representing Israel in show jumping at an Olympic Games when she won her first CSI5* Grand Prix and finished in the top 10 at the European Championships. Her contribution to the sport and to her country is more profound. She co-founded and has been at the forefront of the non-profit organization T.E.A.M. (The Equine Athletics Mission), set up five years ago to advance Israeli equestrian athletes and develop the sport within Israel. The initiative was ultimately embraced by the Israeli Equestrian Federation, which for the…
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