Our
Ambassadors


Elizabeth Stamm
Corvallis, Oregon United States
Dressage

Owns Horse(s)? Yes

What does being a Kerrits Ambassador mean to you? Nice clothes can't necessarily make you a better rider, but feeling confident about your appearance can help give you that extra boost to be at your best. I would like to share that confidence that I get when wearing my Kerrits breeches and help other people to feel just as good about themselves.

What are your passions as a rider and ambassador? Many people currently feel priced out of the competitive horse world.  They think that if they can't afford to spend tens of thousands of dollars on a horse and equipment, they shouldn't even bother.  I'm currently working to bring along my $300 craigslist horse as an upper level dressage prospect (follow our progress http://www.horsenation.com/2015/10/22/back-to-basics-basic-btches/). My passion is to show that with hard work, determination, and good basics, any horse of sound body and mind can hold his or her own in the dressage world.

What is your connection to Kerrits? Several years ago I began starting young horses under saddle.  While riding 6+ horses every day, I was having trouble finding breeches that held up to such abuse.  After wearing through yet another pair of breeches, I went to our local grain store and came home with a pair of Kerrits.  I immediately loved how they fit, but what I love even more is that two years later, they still look and feel fantastic.

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