We are a small private 6 acres horse farm in Malibu, CA, that is looking for a full time live-in groom to oversee and organize the wellbeing of currently four German warmbloods and two miniature horses starting April 2020.
We are a family run small ranch in the Catskills of NY. We are seeking a full time, take charge, riding instructor. We teach mostly beginners, a few more advanced. We offer trail rides and the Scout merit badges. The candidate must be willing to help out with all ranch chores. We can offer housing.
Wonderful opportunity for a hard-working young equestrian looking for experience caring for high performance dressage horses and guidance from accomplished GP competitor, Jen Truett. Includes partial-care board for one horse, lessons, living quarters, mentoring, and the possibility of winter in Wellington, FL. www.myDHF.com to learn more about the farm and Jen. Job available starting June 2020
Pine Ridge Dude Ranch, located in Ulster County NY, is a 150-acre resort dude ranch offering an authentic western riding experience for our guests. We are looking for an Assistant Barn Manager with a passion and extensive knowledge of horses in a western trail riding environment. We are looking for a highly motivated, self-starter that is capable of being a leader in the organization.
8 years interning. Will relocate anywhere in the US for on-site living with minimal rent, or other arrangement.
Fix behavioral issues, exercise at the current level of each horse's training, basic jumping, beginner/intermediate riding instruction, kids, parades, fair, ranch sitting (private, small and large)
3 years casual riding. 8 years interning throughout 4 states at all levels in most disciplines. Attended Jockey School in California. I am at an experience stage of having taken my first successful student 3 years ago and have many project horses under my belt. I have mainly been the assist for the barn and program managers for a period of time, then moved on once I have learned all there is from that person, but I am ready to settle down and start competing for myself as well. I have lived on-site at an eventing ranch and an Olympic level facility. I'm really looking for a barn family that can use my experience and teach me more. I have no family other than my husband, so we are not rooted down yet. Living on-site is preferable for all. I treat your home like my home. If the arrangement becomes long term, we can visit the possibility of me purchasing a dwelling to put on the property instead of living in what's already there. Will relocate anywhere in the US.
Groundwork, All around, Parades, Summer Camp, USPC, Horsemanship, Horse Training, English and Western, Trail Master, Working with kids, Riding Instruction, Basic First Aid, Fear Based Rider Instruction, Ranch Hand, Barn Chores
Arena Flatwork Exercise, Track at jockey school, tons of deep woods trail, teaching up the canter, training off the track horses, TBs and SBs.
As a student, I was far too busy to show very much. Facilities were left in my charge while others went to show. The offers to go were there, but I preferred practice over showing. I am now ready to start competing. I have 6 ribbons in Hunter Pace, Show Jumping and Trail Challenge.
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