How many years have you been riding horses and what sparked your interest?
I have been riding for two and a half years. I like animals and connecting with them, so I started horseback riding.
Which horse has taught you the most?
Indy taught me the most. He taught me to work hard and stay connected.
What do you love most about riding?
I like connecting the most. I get to connect with the horses and learn from them. Also, I get to make friends and family.
What would you like to accomplish in the next year?
I would like to accomplish mastering difficult challenges that I am faced with.
What goal would you like to reach within the next five years?
In the next five years, I want to do shows and learn how to improve my riding and working.
A Seed was planted sometime during young Erin Browns first 10 years that gave her an undeniable love of horses.
Seeds Sprout when the right environment is found and 2 years ago Erin found Pathfinder Farm.
The primary root of the Sprout deepens into its environment and the Seedling phase begins. It’s the seedling phase of fast early growth where Erin faces the challenges that come with learning to become a partner in her newly formed friendships with Pony and Horse.
Before her 11th year- Erin entered the Pathfinder Working Student training program. Erin’s focused and determined approach to learning is stellar. Her commitment and hard work starts to pay off and the phase of Sapling is underway. This is a long period of growth where strength and flexibility are developed.
Erin benefits from the experience of the Mature Trees that surround her during daily activities on the Farm.
She grows under the canopy of a friendly forest, Erin’s future as an Equestrian is assured.