Your enthousiasm is wonderful, but it might be wiser to wait until you've actually moved to where you will be living with your animals before taking the plunge. I've found that while horses have the same basic needs, things are done very differently from country to country. You have to deal with a different climate, different kinds of grass and hay, different ways of keeping horses, etc. Vet care and hoof care can be a little different (I can't tell you how many times I've posted about an issue in this forum and the wonderfully helpful posters would tell me to buy a specific product, but when I looked, I couldn't get it in Canada).
Continue to work on your riding skills - I assume you are learning to do things like groom. Are there options to take things like first aid seminars? I took an Equine first aid course before I got my horses and learned a lot more than just first aid! The instructor was amazing. Not only did we practice putting bandages on some very patient horses (including an eye bandage), but we also learned a lot about prevention and recognizing an issue before it blows up into a problem.
Bottom line is that while I know it's tempting, it makes a lot more sense to wait until you move, get your feet on the ground there, get to know the local horse scene (find a vet, farrier, scope out the tack and feed stores, etc.) before you get yourself in over your head.