Owns Horse(s)? Yes
What does being a Kerrits Ambassador mean to you? I would be so honored to be able to represent the Kerrits brand. In my opinion, when you become an ambassador, you become part of Kerrits reputation. People look to you as an example of Kerrits attitude and ethics. Not only are you able to tell people about a fantastic line of clothing apparel that is durable and affordable, but you're building a rapport with the community and I believe that is extremely important.
What are your passions as a rider and ambassador? My passions for riding are not only to continue to train young horses and riders of varied experience levels, but to run the upper levels successfully with a horse that I have trained from the bottom. This season, I have plans to be actively competing, schooling, and participating in clinics. I will also be taking my horses to multiple combined tests, dressage shows, and hunter jumpers shows to make sure we are on the top of our game for competition. I also travel to Florida frequently throughout the year to train with upper level riders and I cannot wait to get started! Through my deep seated involvement in River Glen Equestrian Park, I can help expand the market for your apparel by not only promoting it, but also by showing and explaining to potential customers and fellow equestrians how your apparel is superior to other similar products on the market. Not only locally, but I will be traveling all over the Southeastern US with multiple horses in order to compete and would outwardly promote your apparel there as well. I am also extremely active on numerous social media avenues where I will talk, review, and spread the word about your product and how they can benefit other riders as well.
What is your connection to Kerrits? I first began riding in Kerrits when I was seven years old. From three years old to six years old, I was competing in the hunters in order to gain confidence and experience. When I turned seven, I decided that I wanted to start eventing and I have never looked back. I have consistently used Kerrits throughout the years in training as well as competition. My favorites are definitely the Sit Tight Full Seat and anything in plaid. They are always comfortable, durable, and affordable and are definitely by go-to brand.