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Ambassadors


Carly Kosar
Lisle, Illinois United States
Dressage, Hunters

Owns Horse(s)? Yes

What does being a Kerrits Ambassador mean to you? I have been wearing Kerrits brand for years. When I moved into a new barn with my horse, Riley, a few years back, I was switching careers from primarily hunters to dressage. Many of the brands of breeches I was wearing were just not comfortable and practical for dressage. The tack shop I work at carries a large selection of Kerrits breeches so I decided to try them out and since then, this brand is one of my go-to's. I love the range of motion they offer me and the comfort they provide is just about unbeatable. Over the years I have been building my OTTB from the ground-up and I believe that the products Kerrits has been providing have had an impact on my confidence which has had a positive effect on our performance in every arena we compete and train in.   

What are your passions as a rider and ambassador? Every time I come across a product that I fall in love with, I like to share it with my fellow equestrians. Whether it's for me or my equine partner, I think it's important to share quality products with others so that they can reap the same benefits. Kerrits is certainly one of the brands that I have been sharing with riders for years. When I started wearing them, several of my friends at the facility I board at went to the tack shop and bought a few pairs for themselves. I want to be able to promote the things I love with more than just friends! Whether I'm at a show, clinic, or just riding at home, I would love for Kerrits to be a brand that I can represent because I believe in their products. 

What is your connection to Kerrits? I discovered Kerrits at The Riding Store a few years ago. I was instantly hooked on the Crossovers and Flex Tight II breeches as well as many shirts. I love wearing the breeches for schooling. All the shirts I have worn give me supreme comfort when riding or running around at shows, doing barn chores, etc. 

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