— FREE SHIPPING* thru SEPTEMBER | *To U.S. addresses

Our
Ambassadors


Sofia Carlson
Pittsfield , Massachusetts United States
Jumper, Equitation, Hunter

Owns Horse(s)? Yes

What does being a Kerrits Ambassador mean to you? Being a Kerrit Ambassador means taking a responsibility to help promote a brand that I have truly loved for many years, with as many people as possible. It means sharing the feeling you get when you put on either a top or a pair of riding pants that gives you the mobility, comfort, style you want no matter what the season. To be a Kerrits Ambassador  would be a great honor that I have dreamt about for a long time. 

What are your passions as a rider and ambassador? To me the feeling of riding a horse is one like no other. Horse riding is my motor, it is what wakes me up in the morning and what lets me sleep comfortably at night. The day I discovered horse riding was the day my life  became just that little bit easier. To me horse riding is not just a leisurely pleasure I enjoy doing, it is also a part of my dreams and aspirations. Along the course of my life I have goals I want to reach, one of them being, becoming a professional rider. If riding could be job/ my live I would live the happiest live imaginable, even though it is a huge challenge with a lot of obstacles to combat I am prepared to combat each and every obstacle that gets put on my way. My passion for riding is not just one of a life I would like to lead, but one of a story, between horses and myself. To become an ambassador is something that would give me so much joy, it would allow me to gain experience while simultaneously, giving me the opportunity of showing people what a wonderful brand Kerrits is. 

What is your connection to Kerrits? To me Kerrits hold a lot of sentimental value, because my first pair of riding pants were a pair of Pewter-HT Kids performance riding tights. It has been around five years and nothing has changed, ever since then I have bought them religiously. Every time I grow out of one size my mom and I go to the tack shop and buy the next size up; it has become a  tradition.

back to all ambassadors