Misdee Wrigley-Miller, a fourth-generation horsewoman, has been involved with horses her entire life. Miller is well known for her participation in a variety of aspects of the equestrian disciplines, including combined driving and coaching divisions, in addition to American Saddlebred shows in the Three-Gaited, Five-Gaited, Fine Harness, and Roadster divisions. Miller and her husband, James, split their time between their two farms in Lakewood Ranch, Florida and Hillcroft Farm in Paris, Kentucky.
Miller has represented the United States across the globe, competing at prestigious shows at the Royal Windsor International Horse Show in England, CAI-A2 Altenfelden in Austria, and CAIO Riesenbeck in Germany. In 2012, Miller impressively won three competitions at the Sunshine State Combined CDE, Little Everglades International and Live Oak International Pair Horse divisions. Over the next few years, Miller continued to compete both nationally and internationally, regularly placing in the top spots at numerous competitions. In 2014, she moved up from the Pairs to Horse Team and earned the Reserve National Championship at the Live Oak International. She then headed back to Europe to compete at CAI3* Windsor, CAIO4* Saumur, and CAI3* Lähden. In 2018, Miller was selected to represent the United States at the FEI World Equestrian Games in Tryon, North Carolina. She, alongside teammates James “Jimmy” Fairclough and Chester Weber, earned the United States its first ever gold medal for the U.S. Driving Team.