It would be nice to have the oportunity to bring my own horse, but it's not required.
Equine Work Experience
I have worked in the stables as long as I remember. I'm a daughter of a standardbred horse trainer, and have mainly worked with standardbred horses with daily stable work, training and grooming. We have about twenty horses at home, fifteen of them are competing. I have a lot of competition experience as a groomer because of this. Making horses ready for competition, and handle them there are something I've done since I was a kid. I can also drive horses.
I bought myself a 3 y.o thoroughbred from the racetrack two years ago. Except of the earlier experience, I've been riding classical for one year. I've schooled my thoroghbred with help from a trainer, and we've started competing on a basic level September 2016. I have basic experience, and are self studying riding theory.
My specialities is that I'm hardworking and have ambitions. I'm lighter than most riders, unafraid and have a good balance. I maybe have less experience within the classical field, but that's also why I want to work in a stable. I'm a fast learner, and I want to learn. Therefore I also use my sparetime to self study riding theory. I have experience as a stable worker and groomer: I'm fast, but precice, punctual, calm and outgoing.
Type of Ride Work
I have experience in standardbred riding and driving as I've grown up with it. But I also have experience in classical riding (jumping/dressage). Execising horses mostly, and competing on a basic level.
Started competing at a basic level in dressage in September 2016.
Areas of Expertise
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My now 5 y.o thoroghbred riding bitless after hacking.
Me and my 5 y.o 14th of october 2016. Doing flatwork