Sarah Lawrence is a gifted equestrian who has spent the past decade honing her skills as a competitive jumper. In 2020, she decided to take a daring leap and started her own training business, Four Seasons Eventing, which has been a fulfilling and challenging endeavor for her.
What Sarah loves most about her work as an eventer and trainer is the opportunity to push herself outside of her comfort zone and set ambitious goals for herself and her clients. By staying active and engaged with her horses, she is able to maintain a passion for her craft and take great pride in her achievements.
Sarah's ultimate objective is to compete on the international stage as a member of the Swiss Show Jumping team. To achieve this, she is determined to leverage her training business to generate the necessary funds and support she needs. Her aim is to use her skills as a trainer to help others achieve their own riding dreams and enjoy the satisfaction of working with these wonderful animals.
Sarah's two horses, Aeros and Kudo, are her stalwart companions and trusted partners. Aeros, a 13-year-old Oldenburg gelding, is a reliable and steady mount who loves nothing more than peppermints and snuggles. Kudo, on the other hand, is a 5-year-old Thoroughbred who is Sarah's personal eventing prospect. He is a spirited and lively horse who relishes the challenge of galloping and jumping.
When they are not hard at work in the arena, Sarah and her horses enjoy going on exciting trips to the beach, where they can revel in the warm sand and soak up the sun. These excursions provide the perfect opportunity to decompress and reconnect with the natural world, something that Sarah cherishes and prioritizes in her life. In their free time, Sarah's horses occasionally become unicorns!
Sarah's passion for horses is undeniable, and her dedication to her craft is unwavering. Through her training business, she is able to pursue her own dreams while also helping others achieve their own. With her trusty steeds by her side, Sarah is ready to take on any challenge and continue making her mark in the world of equestrian sport.