Being around horses for so long has made me accustomed to the lifestyle. I know the drill of the upkeep of a farm, I'm willing to get my hands dirty, and I'm extremely open to learning along the way.
After a summer internship at an insurance general agency, I was asked to take it on part time along with my college schedule as a middle man between insurance carriers and brokers. My responsibilities include in-house quoting and correspondence.
I first started riding my older sisters quarter horse when I was four years old, getting my first paint horse at 8 years old. Participating in 4H from age 7 until I was 12, I went in every class I could starting with western and later basic english and jumping. I spent my entire summers on a ranch where I learned everything from reining to barrell racing. In high school I went to an equestrian boarding school for a semester where I was introduced to the hunter/jumper world. I started with IEA, and then to a intensive training program where I bought my next horse, a Hanovarian hunter. I mainly competed in children's hunters, but trained with my trainers horses doing equitation and jumpers and caught rides at shows whenever possible. I participated in a clinic with Ilan Bluman. In a family-like atmosphere, I helped along with the groom at shows whenever necessary: setting up our site and tacking/grooming horses whenever necessary.
My life has revolved around horses, so I feel extremely comfortable around the most spirited horses. I'm hard working, eager to learn, and willing to help out wherever necessary.
Though I do have a background in western riding, my most recent horse ventures are in the hunter/jumper world where I focused in hunters. But I look at myself as well rounded and enjoy rides in both fields.
I last competed in 2014 and since then I have taken a hiatus. I competed all over the North East in hunters with multiple horses including Horse Show by The Bay, Kentucky, and New York.
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