What does being a Kerrits Ambassador mean to you? Kerrits reminds me of happy. Kerrit's makes me happy. Being part of Kerrits would make me happier. The happy vibe Kerrits puts off from the breeches with cool designs to the plain white collared shirts, that all come with the carrot seeds. Carrot seeds make my horse happy. If my horse is happy then I'm happy. I'm using the word happy to much but you get my point. Being a Kerrits ambassador would mean so much to me. It would mean that an amazing company, that had many amazing hardworking people with it had added me to their list. It would mean responsibility and trust had been placed on my shoulders, and that would feel good. It would also mean I would help represent the cool comfortable clothes I wear to the barn every single day.
What are your passions as a rider and ambassador? My passions as a rider and ambassador are very similar: strive to be your best, and try new things. Almost exactly a year ago I switched from riding Hunter Jumpers to eventing, after moving across the country. Eventing is something I always wanted to do and will always want to do. I live for the thrill of Stadium Jumping and Cross Country. Dressage isn't exactly my thing, but I haven't died yet! I'm currently teaching the horse I lease (and myself) liberty work. We are starting with the basics, her following me around and going over a few cross rails. I also love riding bareback (who doesn't) amd going for hacks around the cross country course and trail rides with my friends.
Being an ambassador would make me try my hardest to get the product out there. I would talk to people at shows and clinics about how great Kerrits is and show off Kerrits products. I'd talk to my small amount of followers on my instagram about Kerrits. I'd talk to the15+ girls at my barn (all my age) about your products and company. Being a Kerrits ambassador would also teach me a thing or two about advertising. I want to own a sports company when I'm older. Being a Kerrits ambassador would teach me how to be a trusted and kind person but also be affective in showing off a product and company.
What is your connection to Kerrits? I first purchased a Kerrits item a couple years ago in a small tack store in Tryon, NC, while attending a horse show. I got pants and saying I loved them would be an understatment. They were so comfortable and still pretty affordable. I was so thrilled about the carrot seeds as soon as I got home I planted them. When I first moved on Cape I had always wanted to try wind surfing. Since recently hearing your story (maybe a month or two ago) I've been begging my parents to go. I think the Kerrits story is very inspriring.