Mucking out, grooming, riding, tacking, feeding, helping students, general care of stables and horses... Grooming, tacking and caring for the horses when out for competitions. helping with managing the stables and horses when holding a competition.
I've known horses and stable work for most of my life. When I was 10 I started going out for dressage competitions. Only for the past year I've had the opportunity to compete in a higher level (first level) with my own horse (part livery) but he is injured and stopped working. I've also competed briefly in showjumping but only 80cm. I have an assistant instructer certification.
I have been around horses my entire life, very experienced with horse care and farm maintenance. Competed since childhood mostly in dressage. At home I've worked with children as well as physical/mentally disabled with riding and farm work. Very motivated to learn and work. I'm responsible and I always give my heart to the horses and people I work with :)
My main passion has always been dressage, though I've never competed in a very high level. Though I had my go with jumping (and do enjoy it) I haven't done so in a while. I have a lot of experience working with school horses/ponies as well as with young horses, though I'm not a trainer.
When I was 10 I started competing in dressage. This past year I competed first level with my horse (part livery) who is now sadly injured. Earlier this year I went to several show jumping competitions, jumping 80cm. For the past couple of years we've also been holding dressage competitions for lower levels (so that the students will have a chance to be familiar with the sport). In those my job included taking care of the horses, helping the students prepare and mount, preparing and menage etc.
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