I am a skilled horse professional with a willingness to work and learn. I have worked in several different disciplines ranging from, but not limited to Hunter Jumpers, Polo, and Endurance. I have worked for some of the best in their field and hope to continue. I am highly motivated and dedicated with a wide range of abilities I have over 25 years experience and over 10 years as a barn manager. I pride myself in what I do and attention to detail. I will make a great addition to your farm.
I am looking for a partime position 16 hrs , I can muck out, drive a tractor and trailer, can do rolling,chain harrowing, topping and other various jobs, also gardening
hard working mature female looking for job with own live in accommodation .Happy to do horses/housekeeping/ gardening.I would like to return to horses or a mix after a long break doing mainly doing housekeeping/ pet care/ excompetition horses for 20 years Just looking for small happy place where I would be welcome to have my dogs in my accommodation. . Happy to work full time or part time permanent or temporary. Looking to start end of January/ February. .
Looking for WEF 24– 18+ years of experience riding/competing and working with horses. I have experience riding young/green horses as well as top show horses. Experience training clients from ponies up to the Jr jumpers and everything in between. Currently located in Wellington, Fl. Will provide resume and videos upon request. Let me know any information you need!
To learn from the master of the trade and apply my own practice and understanding of function and materials. A large part of the day is also devoted to teaching people what I am doing, why and how, ranging in ages from infant to the elderly.
I have been riding for around 18 years, all of which includes at least weekly lessons and a lease. I have ridden nearly every day possible but when it is not I have worked at many barns performing the duty of a groom. This is often resigned to cleaning, feeding, bringing in and taking out horses but has on occasion lead to some jobs riding. To warm up and exercise a barn owner or boarder's horse via ground work like lunging or light riding was often a task given to me. I have done some English training work for people who had not the time to do so themselves. I did this once a few years back by taking a client's horse, putting multiple hours a day into training, every day, then showing the horse. This yielded Ribbons enough to warrant a large price raise. I am in a similar position now, putting constant work into a horse a barn wants as a school master. After a month of working him 5-7 days a week, we plan to show him locally. If my current job allows me time off I will show him.
I have worked with foals and stallions and broodmares as my previous job runs a large breeding program of Cleveland Bays. At said barn, on top of being a breeding barn, is a bit of a tourist attraction that puts out three to five carriages a day on a tight schedule. As a groom here it was my job to feed, clean and tack up at a pace as to not hold up the coachmen and still be clean enough so that visitors could admire the barn, stalls and pastures. I have always worked at larger scaled barns.
Riding work for me is varied. I have ridden and worked with a wide variety of breeds, temperaments and disciplines such as young PRE and Cleveland Bay stallions. My ,once, very green, very terrified Dutch harness/Arabian cross. many out of work drafts and warmbloods who need work but scare students. I have often found myself as the person the instructor wishes to put on "problem" horses. All of the work has been groundwork, flat work, hacking, aiding in starting and much pole work.
I have competed many time starting at local county fairs around the age of 8 and working my way to state then national levels in my teenage years. I have competed in many shows in English ring classes as well as dressage through level two. Though I have not been an organizer I have been a judge's scribe
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