Owns Horse(s)? Yes
What does being a Kerrits Ambassador mean to you? Being a Kerrits rider would mean the world to me. The first pair of jods my mom bought for me were Kerrits. I love wearing Kerrits because they fit me so much better than any other riding breech. I also love the styles they come in. I know I can promote Kerrits well because I am a driven rider and I have big goals. I love to post on my Instagram and Facebook about horsey things and I know I would post about Kerrits products. Overall, being a Kerrits Ambassador, to me, means to promote the brand to the best of my abilities and to show off how well they fit and how they stand out beyond the rest.
What are your passions as a rider and ambassador? My passion as a rider is eventing. Ever since I was 10 I have evented. Starting in Massachusetts, I evented all over the place and participated in my Pony Club. I want to further my riding abilities and plan to keep taking lessons with my amazing trainer Jane Cory who is the organizer for the Jersey Fresh International Horse Trials in NJ. As an ambassador, I love to post on my social media accounts about my favorite brands. I would make it my top priority to make Kerrits my #1 choice. I have a love for teaching as well. I chose to do my riding and teaching certifications through the British Horse Society (BHS). I have all of the possible certifications I can have in the US. My ultimate goal is to go over to England and further my knowledge with the BHS and take more certifications. This is a passion to me because here in the US, anyone can call themselves a trainer. I want my students and clients to know that I have the knowledge and abilities to ride and teach. Overall, I would like to teach more and gain more certifications through the BHS. My riding goals include becoming a steady Preliminary level rider and work my way up to competing in my first one star event within a year. I would love to have Kerrits on my team and to follow my journey with me!
What is your connection to Kerrits? I stated before that my first pair of jods were Kerrits. I remember those black and rust colored pants with the houndstooth pattern. I thought they were the best I remember never wanting to take them off. They were the best because when we would take the horses swimming, I would wear them and they would dry so quickly. Kerrits was a huge part of my childhood when it came to horses.