In other words, I am use to all of the hard work that goes into keeping both a neat stable and well trained horses. I have since, continued riding other people's horses and since january 2017 I have been competing a younger horse in show jumping.During the last couple of years I have been show jumping on what's called region level in Sweden so the height has been between 110 - 120 cm and regularly trained both dressage and military.
At Malmös biggest riding school I quickly fell in love with show jumping and attended a few local competitions and from there on I have worked my way up to where I am today. By borrowing ponies/young horses from my grandparents I quickly learned more about dressage and has since used it as a great tool to develop the horse and myself both physically and mentally. All, with the aim of improving our jumping skills and results. When I was 14 I was given the opportunity to work in the horse grooming world during one week at Helgstrand Dressage in Denmark. It was amazing being apart of a stable and I promised myself that I would try to find work in a professional stable again.
My riding history: I am a Swedish-Danish/American girl, born in the United States and later moved to Sweden where I have lived the greater part of my life. My biggest interests are horses, horse-riding and competing. At the age of four, I rode for the first time and has since never stopped striving to learn more about riding and horsemanship.
Then later at the age of 16 I got my first own show jumping horse. A beautiful jump mare from the Netherlands (KWPN), after Corland. Sadly after three years of intensive training and competition, I had to put her down last winter due to some old injuries. Although, I was spoiled with a talented horse please note that it was under conditions that I did all of the work around the stable myself.
Number of non-attendances (no shows) to job interviews: 0
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