Huskova began competing on a national level in 2010: she was part of the technical plans of the Spanish federation and ran in the finals of the Spanish championships. The RFHE (Royal Equestrian Spanish Federation) quickly showed interest in her and asked for her change of nationality (formerly Slovak) in order to represent them. In 2016 she was integrated into the RFHE Elite Plan and started to participate in international shows. That same year she was picked to be the reserve for European teams, which has happened each year until 2019 with different horses. In 2020 she was one of the official members of the U25 Spanish Team for the Eueopean Dressage Championship.
She was selected by the federation to compete and represent Spain in the CDIs of Nice, Pompadour, Ponte de Lima and Lisbon in the categories of Young Riders (Prix St. George) and Under25 Grand Prix. In the Spanish Championships her success has landed her a place amongst the Top 5 in recent years.
Dressage is her specialty. She worked in England for 1 year for the Olympic Rider Vicky Thompson at Oldencraig Equestrian Centre (voted in the TOP 5 best equestrian centers in the world by the Financial Times). In Spain, she has been under the addresses of Antonio Vázquez (4 years), Samuel Delgado (1 year), Carlos Torrell (3 years, 1 as a helper and 2 as business partner when renting the yard, being in charge of everything and cooperating together) and Jose Carlos Castillo (2 years and continuing to the present).
She has experience in breaking foals and taking their training from the basics to the Grand Prix, as well as working with horses of all levels both PRE and warmbloods.
She always engages with her students trying to get the best out of them, helping them reach their goals and transmitting to them all the theory and technique acquired throughout all her years in the equestrian world.