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Rory Frangos
Wheeling, West Virginia United States
Eventing Hunter Jumper

Owns Horse(s)? Yes

What does being a Kerrits Ambassador mean to you? Being a Kerrits Ambassador is about representing being an equestrian in a positive way and being the best rider I can be. Kerrits has my favorite riding clothing and gear and as a child rider, we have a difficult time finding clothing and gear that fits and wears well. I spend long hours training with my horse, but spend as much time, or more time, lying in the pasture with my horse and cleaning out stalls. My parents and I love how well my Kerrits gear holds up and yet still looks new after many washes.  Kerrits represents hard work and girl power which has been very inspiring for me. I want to spread that same message to my friends and others who may not know much about horses. 

What are your passions as a rider and ambassador? I love spending time with my pony, Ruby, and jumping. I have made a lot of friends in the barn and pony club. Being a rider has helped me learn to come out of my shell and talk to people that I don't necessarily know. I love to go to a show and go back to school and talk about my experiences and horsemanship. I feel like I can do anything I set my mind to with hard work and practice. 

What is your connection to Kerrits? When I started riding, I was 6 years old and my parents knew nothing about horses. We spoke with a family friend who owns Alta Tack. She recommended Kerrits as her go to brand for riding apparel, not only for the quality and durability, but because it is designed for and by amazing women riders.  We ordered a few sets of breeches and tops and have been hooked on Kerrits brand ever since. My clothing lasts a long time and it is comfortable to ride in. I, also, like that my gear matches what the older girls are wearing. 

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