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Jordan McNabb
Forest Hill, California United States
Eventing/Jumpers

Owns Horse(s)? Yes

What does being a Kerrits Ambassador mean to you? Becoming an ambassador would mean that I would be able to proudly represent the Kerrits line which I love, while pursing a career that I love!  I would be able to show off both the style and comfort of the clothing to my wonderful clients and students while schooling and in competition!  I've been wearing Kerrits apparel for more than 10 years, and it has always risen to the occasion both in fashion and durability.  I would love to able to show off more of the styles and clothing, while also helping endorse a brand that has been so supportive to so many in our sport! 

What are your passions as a rider and ambassador? My passions as a rider are to develop confident happy horses and riders through positive encouragement and a strong basic foundation. My goals as a rider are to compete internationally at the 3 and 4 star levels of eventing and one day represent the United States in competition.  

As an ambassador my goals are to be a positive reflection of the Kerrits brand by being an outgoing, warm, and welcoming personality that makes others feel comfortable in approaching with any questions or comments about the Kerrits clothing.  

What is your connection to Kerrits? As a trainer I ride several horses a day, and being such a physical job I tend to be fairly tough on my clothing, breeches in particular.  Finding breeches that keep me looking neat and professional, are affordable, and are made well enough to endure my day of riding is a bit of a task.  Kerrits meets the challenge in all three instances, as well as offers different styles as the seasons change.  

My first experience with the Kerrits brand was receiving my first pair of schooling tights when I was just 9 years old.  For years as a kid those schooling tights were the only pair of breeches I owned, and I think I had them in every color!  :)

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