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  • Full-Time Riding Instructor Needed

    We are looking for a full-time riding instructor for our summer camp. Ideal candidate would have experience teaching both English and Western and experience working with children. Previous experience working in summer camp is preferred, but not required.

  • Stablehand/Training Assistant for Riding School

    Looking for an enthusiastic experienced horse person to assist in maintaning and caring for 11 horses and assisting in lesson preparation and lessons and overall maintenance of horses and general maintenance. Working with children would be an advantage.

Current opening available. Also reviewing applications for Summer 2015 and beyond. Contact information is also available through our website. Please submit photos and/or video with application. Looking for...ranch experience? riding? teaching lessons? This vacancy is ideal for someone who wants a close contact with horses. We need a dedicated, enthusiastic stable lad /lass to take care of our horses, who knows that its a hard job that never ends, and who will not be home sick after 2 weeks. Duties include stable work, mucking out stalls/corrals; feeding/handling/grooming horses; handling of foals/weanlings. Most horses spend a majority of their time outside, so stall duties are minimal. Preferred minimum riding qualifications: Dressage to 2nd Level or higher, Jumping to 1m or higher. Must be self-starter and have good attention to detail. This is a great opportunity for a student with limited English wishing to improve his/her English language skills. 6 day week. Non-smoker.

The Job

Job No
113346
Status
Looking
Title
Working Student/Trainee
Type
Rider-Dressage; Rider-English; Rider-3 Day Event; Working Student; Au Pair/Groom; Stable Lad/Lass; Housekeeper/Groom; Apprentice; Trainee; Classical Training;
Work type
Temporary; Permanent;
Work time
Full-time;
Salary
Room/Board
Live-In
Bring own horse
Training available
Non-Smoker
Posted
3/23/2015
Expires
in 3 months
Views
98

The Employer

Employer No
103919
Name
Amado Equine
Website
http://amadoequine.com
Location
Amado, Arizona, United States US flag
Facility type
Dressage; Breeding/Foaling; Training;

Requirements

Minimum Requirements: • minimum age 18 • have a drivers license and health insurance • are responsible, independent, and able to work well in a team • able to commit to 2-3 months, 6-12 months is preferred (time based on visa requirements) We are looking for applicants who are enthusiastic, reliable, able to work within a team, have a passion for learning and a good sense of humor. Applicants should be able to work to a high standard in the care of horses

Required Key Skills

Riding; Driving license; First-Aid; Equine First-Aid; Handling Youngstock; Schooling; Lunging; Bandaging; Plaiting; Clipping; Trim/Pull; Exercising; Competing;

Required Expertise

Dressage; Eventing; Show Jumping;

Accommodation

Shared housing WiFi access

Job Benefits

• lessons • opportunity to compete depending on riding skills and show season • opportunity to participate in clinics

The Facility

Training/lessons specializing in classical dressage. Custom pasture boarding. Sales of quality young horses. http://www.facebook.com/pages/Amado-Equine-Hacienda/191878480699

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Jobseeker Feedback

  • I spent just under three months with Bobbi and Gus, and learned so much in that time. The work can be physically demanding, but is definitely rewarding: with opportunities to see clinics and shows as well as developing farming skills, riding different types of horses, and undertaking normal ranch tasks. They are highly dedicated, passionate horse people, who will devote time to teaching you. Gus's natural horsemanship and Bobbi's dressage lessons were excellent, and will never be forgotten. Their property is beautiful, and their home is welcoming; a nice place to live and learn.

    Rhiannon Davies 3/6/2013
  • Working at the ranch was a wonderful experience! The horses are happy living out in the pastures and I found it amazing the way Bobbi and Gus could understand and work with them. Bobbi and Gus were very flexible in meeting my needs and every day presented a new learning opportunity. I especially appreciated the way Bobbi and Gus teach, allowing me to think about how I rode or did something, before telling me what they saw. I would definitely recommend Amado Equine to anyone looking for a working student position! Additional pluses are that Amado is a beautiful place to live, Bobbi and Gus are great cooks, and you will have the opportunity to meet international students! Thank you Bobbi and Gus for letting me stay with you!!!!

    Corin Foster 1/13/2012
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  • General Manager/Breeding and Equine Care Manager

    The person would be responsible for the horse care and property management. This person will also be responsible for the breeding program.Foaling, foal and broodmare care and health will also need to be performed by this person. In addition, it would be ideal if this person has managerial skills and is able to assist in the human resources department and is responsible in some part for ranch secretary work.

  • Looking to Make A Difference? So are we!

    Our next generation HBOT unit provides horses with the highest quality of care possible. We are dedicated to ensuring that our patients have access to a state-of-the-art HBOT facility with the latest technology and industry leading safety features. Our goal is to utilize our hyperbaric oxygen therapy service to enhance the quality of a horse’s life and assist in returning the horse to its peak performance and health levels as quickly and safely as possible. Interested in joining the team?