About The Geek Equestrian
The Geek Equestrian was made to help equestrians, nerds, and foodies connect with companies and learn about topics of interest. TGE was officially born in August of 2016 after months of brainstorming and planning.
TGE started as a blog that wrote about 3 topics: Horses, STEM, and food. In 2017 it has added two new programs and one new topic. The Featured Rider Program is a way for equestrians to share their story and learn more about riders in different disciplines from all over the world. The Equine Charity of the Month lets our reader learn more about one amazing equine charity a month and how hey can give back to our beautiful friends and partners, horses. We added geek entertainment to our list of topics we write about. From books to movies, to events, we cover and write about it all!
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Hannah is 17 years old and is the owner of The Geek Equestrian! She started riding when she got lessons as a Christmas present when I was eight. At age 11, Hannah entered her first dressage show and was proud to bring home a second and third place. Her love for horses and competing have grown rapidly ever since.
She then moved to a larger competition barn when I was 13. During that year Hannah gained the titles of horse camp counselor, working student, and horse owner! She became an official barn brat!
The next year Hannah moved her horse to an event barn after trying some hunter/jumper shows and watching cross country. Unfortunately, her first horse, Skid, would not become her first eventing partner. In 2015, Skid went to be a dressage king with Kristina, our lovely guest blogger, and Hannah got Gus who is the main man in many of my pictures.
Her love for competing and amazing family have allowed Hannah and Gus to compete in Eventing, Dressage, and Show Jumping. She takes a mixture of high school and online college classes that allows her to still be at the barn as much as she likes while keeping up with classes.
Hannah has had the opportunity to be featured in the Paulick Report in an Aftercare Spotlight and in Story Monster’s Ink Magazine for her work in her community and equine industry that earned her a Congressional Gold Medal.
About Kristina is a Dressage rider who competes her own paint gelding, Spartan. Though the pair loves their time in the dressage ring, they are planning on making the transition into Eventing with their sights set on Rolex! Kristina is proudly partnered with Kerrits Equestrian and loves representing them both at home and around the state at shows. When not in the saddle, she enjoys art, photography, and model horse collecting. Kristina hopes that her passion for horses and competing will get others out to the barn and in the saddle!
To follow Kristina’s journey, follow her on Instagram!