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  • Young Horse Dressage Trainer Apprenticeship

    High Valley Hanoverians seeks an exceptional individual as a resident 1st year Apprentice in our Young Horse Dressage Training program. The Apprentice will learn our unique training method "Developing Hanoverian Athletes in the Mind & the Body"®. Horses in this program benefit from a rock-solid classical dressage foundation developed in conjunction with effective conditioning in our combined training fields, over gymnastic grids and on extreme mountain trails.

  • Equestrian Center Horse Trainer

    We are looking for someone to train our 8 horses under the supervision of Brad Hall, Master Eventer and IEP Level 2 instructor. Position is unpaid but has plenty of benefits: Ride our horses in a facility that includes a 60' x 160' indoor riding arena. Free room in a one bedroom apartment inside the riding facility. $100/wk stipend. View of the Mississippi river, close to Galena and Chestnut Mountain Ski Resort. More info: AmericanEquestrianCenter.com

We are searching for a female rider/groom/working student to compliment our head rider who is a licensed Reitlehrerin FN, from Germany. There is plenty of opportunity to ride, and learn! If this is of interest to you please contact us.

The Job

Job No
110170
Status
Looking
Title
Working Student
Type
Working Student;
Work type
Temporary; Permanent;
Work time
Full-time;
Salary
contact farm
Live-In
Bring own horse
Training available
Non-Smoker
Posted
5/11/2013
Updated
8/8/2013
Expires
2 years ago
Views
1,188

The Employer

Employer No
100345
Name
Guest Employer 100345
Location
New Mexico, United States US flag
Facility type
Dressage; Breeding/Foaling; Training;

Required Key Skills

Riding; Handling Youngstock; Lunging; Bandaging; Plaiting; Trim/Pull;

Required Expertise

Dressage;

Accommodation

Furnished three bedroom, tw0-bath home located close to the farm and is shared with our head rider. Utilities included.

Job Benefits

Regular lesson and riding. Salary.

The Facility

We are a dressage breeding and training facility in the Southwest, in the heart of cowboy country. We breed approximately 5-8 mares/year. In training are our sale horses and a select group of our non-sale horses. We do accept a limited number of outside horses for training. We have large irrigated grass pastures for young horses to grow up, and turn out for live-in horses. Our head rider is a Master Rider from Germany and manages the training of our dressage horses.

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