Applicant must be hands-on with a gentling approach to working mostly with weanlings and all young horses. The proper handling and development of the young horses is the focus of the position. Prior experience with identifying lameness and illness in horses a must. Must also work closely with the equine managers in all day-to-day duties which includes but not limited to mucking, feeding, bringing in, turning out, foaling out mares, and vet work. Fluency in Spanish a plus.
References, a valid driver’s license, and current U.S. work authorization required. Housing provided, competitive pay and benefits.
Iron Spring Farm sits on acres of rolling hills and pastures in Coatesville, PA. Our fields are filled with lush grass, streams and wildlife, along with world-class Dutch Warmblood (KWPN) and Friesian (KFPS) horses. It’s an ideal environment for raising sport horses and welcoming our sales and breeding clients.
We also offer a state-of-the-art facility in Wellington, Florida. Each year, we bring some of our young horses to ISF South to continue their training and broaden their experiences.
Since our inception nearly 45 years ago, ISF has been a pioneer in the sport horse world. As one of the early importers of European breeding stock, Iron Spring helped expand the American sport horse gene pool. Our development of breeding protocols and our young horse management program have helped North American talent blossom.