I have been a horse girl since I was a little girl. Nowadays I have my own horse that I got when I was 17. I trained and taught him by myself and he has also taught me many things. We used to compete in show jumping and after a while we also tried to compete in dressage riding. We weren't just doing that well in it because he always thought we're gonna be jumping and he went so excited and I was also being too nervous for that. But he was always working like a dream when we were training at home. Nowadays he is retired. I studied to become a professional groom and I worked as a groom for a while after I finished my studies. I also got myself a certificate during my groom studies that allows me to say I'm a professional horse hobby instructor. Which is kind of a same as a riding instructor but not as experienced but more like into different kind of hobbies with horses, not just riding.
I have been training and teaching different kind of horses these past years. Some of them I have taught by myself from the beginning. Some I have started with some basic stuff that they already know. I used to be the crazy girl who was put on all the "crazy" horses when I was young.
Usually when I ride, I'm very soft and want to give commands clear and soft. I want to stay calm and let the horse have best possibilities to move as naturally as possible.
Number of non-attendances (no shows) to job interviews: 0
Number of non-attendances (no shows) to first days of job: 0
Number of Leaving without Notice: 0