Not only does she ride, Arysha also helps train riding school ponies for her club by teaching them how to jump and preparing them for work in the riding school.
“As an equestrian, I strive to forge deep connections with my horses. It is incredibly important to me that we have a great relationship as they have different personalities and emotions and I have to work with them to maintain solid competition performances. They are athletes on their own and I have to help guide them to make this partnership work,” Arysha said.
The first ever Digital Show Jumping Competition attracted a total of 74 athletes and 70 horses which included the Riding Regiment Unit of Royal Malaysia Police as well as the National Armed Forces. EAM broadcasted the competition via Zoom to their headquarters
where it was judged remotely.
Her achievements in this competition moves her closer to her goals of competing in Sukan Malaysia, Southeast Asia Games and representing Malaysia in future competitions.