Years of experience and always willing to learn something new, every day.
Always check for injuries and medical condition of said animal,(horse, dog, cat, etc.) feed, clean stalls, lunge, ride, train, fix and or maintain fencing and all grounds to insure the safety of all creatures. Drive, baby sit, imprint, birthing watch
My Grand Daddy, Hank Storlie, was a saddle Bronc Champ for many years, my Uncle Bud (my Grand Daddy's brother) taught me at a young age how to start horses before Clinton Anderson or Parelli were even born. I have worked at several barns around the United States and Mexico. Hunter/Jumpers, dressage, western, wild mustangs and several rescue barns have enjoyed my style of work and techniques.
I'm not much of a rider now a days, I'm 58 and the ground isn't as soft as it was when I was younger. I start colts and fillys without getting bucked off, because by the time I'm ready to mount the horse, they already trust me.
Number of non-attendances (no shows) to job interviews: 0
Number of non-attendances (no shows) to first days of job: 0
Number of Leaving without Notice: 1