Graduated High school Have my own transportation I am BLS certified even though that is not for horses, it is a plus.
I have been riding western since I was 4, and I have some experience in English. There is ALWAYS room to learn and grow, which is what I’m looking for. I work hard and have a passionate drive for horses as i plan my career to be in horsemanship.
I have been riding Western since I was four years old. My family owns a barn and we had four horses, until we sold them because a storm caused damage to the barn, that we didn't want our horses living in. I have minor experience in English riding. I was taught there is always room to grow and learn in Horsemanship from somebody, including a horse. I have cleaned barns just as long as I have rode. I have grooming experience, tack experience, I know how to clean tack as well, and I know some minor things on how to clean wounds and other injuries. I have so much to learn since I am only 19, but I have a passion and love for horses, and the drive to do whatever it takes to live my dream of workings with horses. I want to learn all there is to learn, and I plan to become a Clinician one day through the right training. I also want to manage in a barn or on a ranch, hopefully to one day start my own.
Western riding very Basic English riding Upkeep of tack I haven’t had a barn “job” before but have volunteered next door at my neighbors. They have an overweight paint whom I exercise in the round pen, followed by grooming and bathing frequently of all three of her horses. I also kept up with riding western on all four of my own horses, trail riding, basic training with my grandmother, etc. We had a buck mustang that we trained in ground work and basic riding ourselves.
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