Owns Horse(s)? Yes. The primary disciplines of riding that I do and compete in regularly is show jumping. I compete in dressage as well, but I compete in dressage to give riding school ponies some experience.
What does being a Kerrits Ambassador mean to you? Being a Kerrits Ambassador would mean a lot to me, as I am a huge fan of Kerrits; they are so cool and comfortable. Being a Kerrits Ambassador would mean that it is my duty to spread the wonderfulness of Kerrits at my stable and represent Kerrits. I would be very proud to represent such a brilliant brand of equestrian wear.
What are your passions as a rider and ambassador? Ever since I was about four, I have been a rider. I was always known as the horse crazy girl in school, and even though I only ride 3-5 times a week, my mind is constantly thinking about how I long to be in the saddle, completely free with my horse. I think that riding is all about having fun and enjoying myself comfortably, and that is exactly what Kerrits is all about. I compete up to three times a month, in show jumping events with heights around 50-80cm, depending on which pony I'm with. I have my own horse named Fuji Moto. As an ambassador, my passion would be to show everybody at my barn how awesome Kerrits is, and spread the fun.
What is your connection to Kerrits? I first got a pair of Kerrits when I was about to go to riding camp in Hong Kong during the Summer. As expected, it was positively boiling. I went a few days before camp started to the local tack shop in our city, Bits and Boots. I was looking for a pair of new jodhpurs, and I was quite surprised when the store owner suggested Kerrits. At first, I was quite hesitant, as the fabric seemed thin and flimsy, but when I tried it on, it was the most comfortable piece of clothing I have ever worn. I ended up buying 2 pairs that day, and now I own 4 pairs. During the camp, I didn't feel hot at all in my Kerrits, and up to this day, I constantly wear them, even when I'm not riding.