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The horse riding tradition of Cordoba is indisputable and the San Jerónimo Classic proves it to us. Our horse riding at the Jockey Club is filling with senses and stories all the south of Córdoba, and even from the Sierras there are fans of horse riding and equines constantly. Whether it's because of the passion for racing, jumping or just for the admiration that equines wake us up. This brand that constitutes our identity and which, above all, corresponds to the highest social strata, makes us internationally recognized. In this note we tell you the story of a young woman, who is driven by the love of horses, travels the world.
Manuela Vera is 22 years old, travels the world and already manages an important customer base. A little by little was visualizing a panorama that only a person close to the field of this sport could sense.What is he doing? She is an expert rider who trains horses for jumping and competition. With his knowledge, which he was acquiring since childhood by his family's long equine tradition, he provides advice to competitors. His future goal is to create a company, but little by little, he knows that he is still very young and he has a lot to learn. That is why he is currently studying a distance from Blas Pascal University's Bachelor of Administration .
Vera gave free last year of high school to move to Buenos Aires and train professionally. While in the province of Córdoba the presence of the Jockey Club facilitates all the opportunities , somehow centralizes them, and this little globetrotter does not want to do it.iacute; to settle for little. Six months after his visit to the Big City, he returned to Córdoba to begin a university career. However, the plans don't always go as we want, sometimes they turn out better: a job proposal in Europe made him pause his studies.
In 2012 he traveled to Mühlen, a village near Hamburg, in northern Germany. There he worked with Paul Schockemöhle, a world-renowned entrepreneur in the world of horses . “ I learned a lot, because I was training with very skilled people.” This experience helped her relate to riders from different parts of the world. The language did not represent greater difficulties for her, because despite not knowing German, she was able to communicate a little with French and well with English, a common language internationally. “ I tried to learn German, but it's very difficult.”
In 2013 he returned to Argentina and began the Lic in Administration. The distance mode allowed him to study and plan his future abroad. That is why he was soon able to accept proposals for work in Canada and the United States . Vera didn't let go of her studies at any time. In fact, he is driven by his hunger for knowledge and his stubbornness to get the longed for title. For example, before embarking on a new trip to Germany, he returned to Cordoba to perform their finals.
Without a doubt, the fate of Manuela Vera will always be linked to horses. His passion and the daily sacrifice he makes are a sign of this. He wants to create his own company. “ My idea is to buy horses: train them, make them more competitive every day and sell them to participate in tournaments.” Apparently Vera would find a niche market, since in Argentina this business is not very developed. This globetrotter is always going forward and we admire her. Applause!
Publication Date: 19/12/2020
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