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.
Over the next three years, through incredible amounts of love and support TGE grew into something bigger than could have been foreseen. Now we are proud to offer not only blogs, but also apparel, photography, and a year end awards program for riders competing in Dressage and Eventing.
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Hannah is 19 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. She had incredible opportunities to lease, ride, and show in both Eventing and Dressage which eventually lead her to spend 6 weeks in Ocala, Florida during the winter of 2018. After a pelvic floor injury landed her on the side lines, she took up photography to help her still be apart of the sport she loved.
Now Hannah is studying Computer Science at the University of Kentucky and has taken up driving lessons to get her back in the barn while coming back from her time off. She uses her knowledge of angles and science to help bring the most out of every picture she takes.
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. She had the opportunity to several articles for Eventing Nation and her pictures have been featured in an article on US Eventing Association.