Owns Horse(s)? Yes. I show and proudly ride hunters. I do though ride western gymkhana sometimes.
What does being a Kerrits Ambassador mean to you? Being a Kerrits ambassador means to me that I can experience new things and help a brand out that I truly love. It would be an amazing thing to be involved with Kerrits.
What are your passions as a rider and ambassador? My passions as a rider is to please people with the gracefulness of the equestrian sport. I love to be able to experience things out of my comfort zone. That's what riding is all about. I also love caring for the horse. Without the horse, there would be no ride. I take part in this wonderful class that Rutgers Community College puts on. It is called equine science & hippology. I get to learn everything I need to know about horses. And to bring out the competitive side in all equestrians, there are 2 competitions to test our knowledge. I am very passionate in both my riding and my horse. My passions as an ambassador are to advertise, advertise, advertise! I have a blooming Instagram where I post all about my horses. I have always wanted to advertise and what better company to advertise then Kerrits!
What is your connection to Kerrits? I first saw Kerrits on a friend at the barn and loved the design. I absolutely needed a pair. So, I asked the brands name. I went out looking for them and begged my parents for a pair. They would always say "no, you have enough pairs of riding pants" but I wouldn't give in. On my birthday about 2 years later, I received a pair of your black winter riding pants. I was ecstatic. I tried them on and love the feel, the flatter fit, and the realization of having my own first pair of Kerrits! I now own your periwinkle and black riding tights and they are my good luck riding pants. I always have a great ride in them. Also, the other day in my local tack store, I saw a girl trying on a pair of your tan riding tights. She couldn't make a decision on your riding pants or another brand. I gave her a great review on what they do for me and my riding. Needless to say she now is growing carrots in her backyard...