The young girl is an Egyptian equestrian who has remained the winner multiple times in her home country.
A closer look around will help people see many new developments and positive changes taking place around sectors of the world. They will also notice how these positive changes could become possible due to the ceaseless efforts of professionals and their pristine visions that led them to where they wished to be and, most importantly, take their brands forward. In the case of professionals, being their own personal brands like Haya Mostafa has remained for years being a show jumper and Egyptian equestrian, they have showcased their tenacity and love for their work to turn into highly successful personal brands in their respective sectors.
Haya Mostafa is the one who today, at only 23 years of age, has proved to the world what it takes for young girls to chase and then fulfil their dreams. She has proved that hard work and determination can lead any individual in any field to the top, and age has nothing to do with that. This very approach and belief took her towards becoming a professional Egyptian equestrian and a top show jumper. Interestingly, Haya Mostafa had begun riding horses at the age of four and show jumping at 11 years, being trained by professional trainers in the field.
Her growing passion and love for horse riding and becoming a top show jumper encouraged her to participate in many competitions locally and globally. Haya Mostafa even participated in the Show Jumping Cup in Germany and in her home country won several times. She owns four horses, and Campari is the one who she participated with in most of her horse riding competitions worldwide. However, now she has retired him after 17 years.
The young cowgirl and equestrian (@haya), who specializes as a show jumper today, has proved to the world that even young girls can make the most of the opportunities and create robust careers for themselves in the fields of their choice if they start early, learn from the best in the industry and keep following their dreams, no matter what.