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Ambassadors


Hope Mayernik
Park City, Utah United States
Show Jumping

Owns Horse(s)? Yes

What does being a Kerrits Ambassador mean to you? Being a Kerrits Ambassador not only means being able to support a wonderful company as well as being in a community of great riders that also shares love for the Kerrits brand but being able to show your love for the sport. When you become a ambassador they support you as well as you supporting them. You become part of there team. With riding you have your team of you and your horse as well as your trainer, Farrier, vet, family, and Kerrits fall straight into that list. Being a ambassador is also a great deal of pleasure to have a company see your potential as a rider and wanting to help you progress in the sport. 

What are your passions as a rider and ambassador? For riding I dream of becoming a international show jumper as well as supporting our team in the olympics when I am older. Riding is not all about the winning to me. I enjoy waking up early going to the barn and seeing my horses face.The neigh of my horse and the little snicker of his nose is why I do this sport. My passion is for my horse and he is my number one priority. I also have plans of trying to compete at Hits Thermal, Wef, and devon. A trainer once taught me to set short term and long term goals to get to where you want. Setting goals is a great way to make your dreams become reality. My past goals have been to get a horse. "check" I purchased a little poa pony and taught him to jump and have been competing on him in the pony jumper divisions.

What is your connection to Kerrits? My first time every wearing kerrits was when I needed a pair of breeches and my friend had told me about this brand. Shortly after hearing about them I bought myself a pair and after loving them they become my go to breech. With Utah's weathering being so cold I needed a breech that could keep me warm and be durable in the snow and Kerrits were them.

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