Susannah King
Newton, Massachusetts United States
English, trail riding

What does being a Kerrits Ambassador mean to you? Kerrits are already a huge part of my riding life. All of my riding pants besides one are Kerrits. This includes 5+ tights and 3 winter pants. Both are staples in my riding life. They are very comfortable and flexible, while also looking nice. I can wear them while doing chores and still feel fine, then jump right in the saddle. The winter pants have especially helped me as they provide a huge amount of warmth while still allowing me to move about easily. My barn has no indoor or heated area so this is exceptionally nice. I would love to be an ambassador so I can share my love for these pants everywhere!

What are your passions as a rider and ambassador? I am passionate about horse rescue. I fostered a Shetland pony named Barney last year, and am currently fostering a Quarter Horse mare named Callie. I love working with rescue horses and helping them to find homes where they can finally have good lives. It is an amazing and rewarding experience. When I am older, I hope to eventually start up my own horse rescue where I can help more horses find homes. Kerrits are great when working with rescues and horses in general, as they make it so I can be flexible and move around a lot if need be while still wearing riding pants. They work well for both groundwork, which rescues often need a lot of, and riding.

What is your connection to Kerrits? I have been riding in Kerrits as long as I can remember. I started out when I was 9, and wore them in some of my first lessons after purchasing a pair at Smartpak. I am now 17 and still ride in Kerrits today. Many of my friends wear them as well. They are a big part of my horse world and I would love to be able to share that with others.

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