I am currently a student. However, I have grown with horses my whole life and have been in and out of barns/arenas. Recently did 10 months at an Andalusian breeding farm prior to me starting school. Used to the hard work grind of horse life.
As I said I've grown up with horses. Learned to ride when I was 10, been riding on and off since. Did a lot of Parelli work when I was younger, moved on to western/english pleasure. My latest gig had me mucking 30 stalls a day, turn-out for some, feeding over 60 horses morning + night, general farm maintenance(fixing fences, corrals, clearing deadfall, etc), and hauling feed for everyone. I work well alone or as a team. I've also got a few months at a race track under my belt, where I was mucking between 10-15 stalls a day, grooming everyone, and tacking up for training and leading to races. Got a calm head when a colt is spooking on the other end of the lead. Good horse sense that's come with working with them for so long.
Did jumping when I was younger. Mostly ride English now when I get the chance, but I started out on Western.
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