Ambassador: VICTORIA REDMAN
What does being a Kerrits Ambassador mean to you?
Becoming an ambassador has been one of my goals that I haven't strived for. Becoming an ambassador for your company would mean a lot to me because I would be able to show off your brand more then I already do and have the opportunity to tell people about how I'm an ambassador for this lovely company.
What are your passions as a rider and ambassador?
My passions are mostly based on my goals, I have many personal goals in riding, a few of them include being able to do competitions out of country, especially in Florida, California and hopefully somewhere in Europe one day. Also to improve my rounds at competitions every time I’m in the show ring, to ride as many different horses as possible for experience and knowledge to be able to ride any horse and of course to become an ambassador for Kerrits. I only have interest in becoming an ambassador of the brands I truly believe in their products and work ethic. Also one of my biggest values in every ride I try to always to put all of my effort into every ride because every piece counts, even if it's getting a horse to hold a counter canter to having an inside bend, every horse has something or many things to be worked on! On average I ride five to six days a week, I usually lesson three times a week and flat ride 2-3 times a week to support my jumping for the horse and I.
What is your connection to Kerrits?
I believe the first time I wore Kerrit products I was seven or eight years old and I saw a pair of pink breeches and I begged my mom for them and it was early December, and I ended up getting them for Christmas and I couldn't have been happier, I have loved the company from that point on. I feel like it would be a perfect fit for me to become one of your ambassadors.