Owns Horse(s)? Yes, I'm primarily an eventer, but also compete in individual dressage and showjumping competitions.
What does being a Kerrits Ambassador mean to you? Being a Kerrits Ambassador would be a dream come true. It would mean that I would finally have a stronger tie to my favorite equine brand, and would also allow me to show off its products to the equine community in Tanzania, Kenya, and sometimes Uganda. It would give me the chance to experience being an ambassador for a company and introducing it to people who may not be familiar with it, with a positive attitude!
What are your passions as a rider and ambassador? As a rider and ambassador, I encourage good horsemanship. As an equestrian that went through a bad sportswoman and horsewoman phase, I see now how important it is to try your best and be happy with the results. If the results aren't exactly what you want, that's okay! Every day is different, and even steps back are progress in their own way. Because of this mentality, I believe that people find me easy to talk to and see me as a good role model, which I think would make me a great ambassador for Kerrits.
What is your connection to Kerrits? Ever since I've started riding, I've been using Kerrits gear. Being from a small city in East Africa, it's always been difficult to get my hands on riding equipment, so any time I get to buy new stuff, I always go for Kerrits. The clothes last forever, and are super comfortable and ideal for riding here. So, naturally, when I realized I wanted to become an ambassador for a certain equine company, my mind went straight to Kerrits.