Which part of your everyday life would you like to be more efficient?
The barn and my routines flow nicely, but I am bad at taking care of all the paperwork. It would be to take time to bill and to look at the statistics over my revenues, mainly from the trainings I give.
You wear many hats; professional rider, trainer, influencer to name a few. Which hat do you like the most and why?
All hats give me a ton! I learn a lot from my students, and it is inspiring to help others. I am living my big dream as a competitive rider and I love to share my everyday life. I would have documented everything regardless of my success as an influencer. I love to be able to go back in my little archive and see where I was five years ago. Looking back motivates me to continue forward!
Before you created your own team, you were a part of Anky van Grunsven’s, when working for her in Holland. What did you learn about teambuilding when working for Anky?
It was very exciting and worthwhile to take part in the upload of an Olympic Game and to watch how the whole team synched in order for her to perform as good as possible. In Anky’s barn everyone helped with the chores in the mornings, riders or grooms didn’t matter – everyone helped until the barn was completed. Then, you got started with your own tasks. That type of set-up created a strong team-feeling that I brought with me home.