I started taking lessons when I was five years old, moving around to different barns until I found my second home at Levremont Farm in 7th grade. I did anything I could to get to the barn, including helping the older kids that could drive with their work at the barn in exchange for them picking me up and taking me along. Being a jumpers barn at the time, jumpers is the discipline I have the most experience in. Later, it became an eventing barn, giving me some introduction to cross country and very little in dressage. Having the least experience in dressage, but realizing the importance of dressage knowledge in every discipline, I decided I wanted to join this amazing team as an extracurricular activity in college.
With my short time being a part of this wonderful team, I have already started to see a transformation in my riding. After every lesson you can always see my face beaming from the lesson of the day coming together. There is so much to learn from not only our instructor but also the other members of the team! I am glad to call these girls my friends, as they are so welcoming and willing to help in any way they can! I am excited for what the future will bring with this team and everything I get to learn from it!