The scholarship SAKOM has provided me greatly influenced my life in the best possible way.
We all know that the costs of studying are immense, and I am supported only by my mother, who herself has a minimum wage. The scholarship allowed me to make it easier for her as much as possible, but it also became the wind beneath my wings.
Horses are my greatest love. I work with English thoroughbreds, more precisely with gallopers. After graduating from university, I see myself as a veterinarian, specializing just in them.
As for contributing to society, everything has to do with horses. I want to bring people closer to these beautiful animals. Of course, galloping and galloping sport is something that I am currently in and will remain in (although in our country, this sport is still considered very masculine). Still, I believe that I can improve people’s affinities with horses, save many, and find a safe home for those who are no longer capable of racing.
All in all, people in Serbia are minimally familiar with horses and how to work with them, and I think this is a significant loss for this society. I hope that in a few years, maybe not by myself; but still, I will be able to bring our people closer to horses.
If I ever had the opportunity to visit Azerbaijan, I would like to see how people there function with horses, how significant the presence of people who deal with them is, and visit a hippodrome or a horse farm.