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Khali Corbin
Pennsville, New Jersey United States

Owns Horse(s)? Yes

What does being a Kerrits Ambassador mean to you? Being a Kerrits ambassador means becoming part of a wonderful brand and sharing it with others! I have worked so hard to be where I am at today and becoming an ambassador would prove to myself that I am capable of taking opportunities and making something of them. I have worn and loved Kerrits every since I was a kid I want to share it with other equestrians and see them experience the Kerrits magic and create their own journey like I have!

What are your passions as a rider and ambassador? My passion as a rider is to connect with my horse through trust. Once trust is established, it makes riding all that better. Seeing your horse preform the moves you asked him to because he trusts you is the best thing anyone can ever experience. Seeing horse and rider perform as one is truly amazing. As an ambassador, I love seeing wonderful companies such as Kerrits succeed and have such an amazing team. I love representing something that I have a true passion for and love. I have a high passion for fashion as it is and equestrian fashion just tops the cake!

What is your connection to Kerrits? My first experience with Kerrits was at a local tack shop. I was searching for my first pair of riding pants and saw Kerrits. As a kid, the bright colors caught my eye! I tried them on and absolutely loved them. It was love at first sight! I love how comfortable they felt and how attractive they were. They lasted for a long time and I still have them today! The carrot seeds were definitely a plus and when I bought the pants we planted them and harvested them a while later. My pony loved them!!  A few years later saw that Kerrits had ambassadors and instantly knew I wanted to become one! I bought many more Kerrits products, looked into their social media, and saw how helpful they were and loved the brand even more!! 

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