Hard-working competition rider. Have been helping others with their horses from a young age, and educated my own into balanced individuals. Used to spend time in the stable several hours each day, every day of the week. Very passionate about developing and willing to work in any field of show jumping, dressage, or eventing.
Duties of Current Occupation
I am completing the International Baccalaureate in June 2017 where I have studied English as a mother tongue
Equine Work Experience
I have trained and educated ponies, and during the past years also horses, in their individual fields (show jumping, dressage, or eventing). This also includes caring for them, bandaging, lunging, and I know basic first-aid. For my own horses I have always had a close working-relationship to my trainers and this has given me many opportunities to develop my own critical thinking of how to educate horses into their strongest self. I am used to handling youngsters, and have educated my current five year old from the point of breaking her in.
By being a positive young adult I find it easy to motivate myself and co-workers. Many years in busy stables, while balancing school on the side, has trained me to become effective yet detailed in my work. Since horses is a great passion of mine I do not find it tiring to put in that extra bit of effort, however I am constantly looking for challenges and ways to develop.
Type of Ride Work
Show jumping, dressage, eventing, lunging, hacking
Show jumping 110 cm on pony, horses in training 120-130 cm, dressage intermediate, eventing intermediate on pony, and horses in basic training
Areas of Expertise
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