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3-21-17
Employment opportunity: Looking for a reliable person for part time / weekend barn help at a small ( 13 horses ) semi private boarding facility in Framingham MA. Horse experience preferred, possible weekend barn management opportunity for the right person ( includes housing ) . I can be reached by e-mail 978-235-1068 Britlawler1@gmail.com


3-20-17
Live-In Position Available: JC Eventing in southern Connecticut is looking for an experienced horse person interested in living on property to complete typical barn chores (feeding, turnout, blanket changes, stalls, tacking horses, night checks, etc.) in exchange for free rent and utilities. Additional pay and/or discounted board may also be an option depending on hours worked. Riding and eventually teaching lessons is possible for the right candidate. Candidate must be at least 18+. have their own reliable transportation, have adequate horse experience, be punctual, responsible, and self-motivated, take direction well, be detail oriented, and must be able to lift 50 pounds. This is a serious eventing and dressage oriented barn with a very friendly, laid back atmosphere where the horses' care always comes first. 2037109604 jceventingllc@gmail.com
3-3-17
Working Student Position: A unique and wonderful opportunity to work and learn at a small and active Eventing barn in Canton, CT in the summer and Southern Pines, NC in the winter. Both beautiful locations are close to top competition venues for Eventing aspirations of all levels, BN-A. You will be working with and learning from 4-star rider Jennie Goebel Tucker, who has trained multiple junior and amateur riders up to the CCI** level and all levels in between. We are looking for a special person to join our close knit team beginning in June 2017. The job includes all aspects of horse care, from daily farm chores to helping with fitness work and riding. It is a very hands-on position, and you will learn many valuable event horse management skills. In return for 6 days a week of work, you will receive accommodations for yourself, board for one horse, 4-5 lessons a week with Jennie on your own horse, and a small stipend. The ideal candidate will be a motivated, easy-going self-starter with attention to detail. Please send references, a brief resume of competition and horse care experience, and any questions to 860 778 4337 jengo321@aol.com


2-1-17
Seeking an assistant riding director!: Forest Lake Camp, a brother/sister camp in the southern Adirondack’s of NY, is looking to hire an assistant director to the riding program. F Forest Lake Camp maintains two riding rings for instruction and miles of trails for campers to enjoy trail rides. The assistant riding director teaches 3-4 riding lessons every day for 6 days a week and maintains horse care and proper stable management under the guidance and leadership of FLC’s riding director. Benefits include: joining an awesome team, opportunity to teach young people, room and board, and a once and a lifetime experience! This summer FLC is offering overnight pack out trips on horseback for advanced riders! We hope you will consider joining us! Requirements: 21 years plus, Coaching experience, Love of children! 518-623-4771 lilly@forestlakecamp.com


12-15-16
Workind Student- Riding Opportunities and Housing Included!: We are currently looking for one or two responsible, motivated individuals to join our team during this exciting! Rax Run has recently expanded and is a thriving event barn in Northern Virginia. The ideal candidate is eager to learn every aspect of the horse business- barn management, grooming, horse care, riding, competing, sales, etc. Compensation includes housing, board, lessons, trailering for your horse, and the opportunity to ride a variety of other horses from green to schoolmasters. If you don't have a horse we can arrange for you to lease one during your time as a working student. All skill levels are encouraged to apply- if you are eager to learn and immerse yourself in eventing then we want you! 309-530-6000 spinnerama@hotmail.com
12-14-16
Barn Help Needed in Hamilton MA: Gathering Farm in Hamilton MA, home to upper level event rider Babette Lenna Gonyea is seeking immediate full and part time help. We are looking for a weekend manager and part time weekend and week help. Tasks include turnout/in, some stall cleaning, tacking and untacking, daily barn work. We are a fun atmosphere with great clients and hard working people. Good wages. Please email for more information. 207-837-0842 babettelenna@gmail.com
12-10-16
Seeking barn help in Sherborn, MA: Willow Tree Farm, a private, family-owned horse farm in Sherborn, MA, is seeking morning barn help. Chores include mucking stalls, haying and watering, and general barn upkeep. Fun, laid-back environment working with our barn manager and others. Shifts available weekdays and weekends. 508-479-9307 info@willowtreefarmma.com
12-1-16
Trainer sought in Buffalo, NY: The barn I'm recruiting for is mainly a hunter-jumper facility (see my description below), but the owner is open to other competition backgrounds as long as the individual can also teach, train and show hunters/eq/jumpers. Here is what I've posted (you can also find a listing for this position on YardandGroom.com):
Seeking a motivated, mature individual who can develop competitive riders and take them to local and rated shows successfully. Facility has 35 stalls and is uniquely located in an upscale community within minutes of major shopping, entertainment, interstate and airport. Barn atmosphere is pleasant based on an existing clientele that is enthusiastic, cohesive and friendly. Owner is highly motivated to raise the profile of the facility and add a more competitive element to its programs to satisfy an increasingly ambitious group of young riders. He also wants to compete his own horses in hunters (this is a change). As a result, the facility seeks a professional with a show record who is savvy about preparing various types of riders, including pony hunters, adult amateur hunters and adult/AO jumpers to at least 3'6". Effectiveness as an instructor, evidenced by students who make consistent progress, enjoy the process and want to show, is the most important trait sought. Start as soon as possible. Very pleasant, on-site housing (2BR) and stall(s) possible, but live-on-site is not required. Please email your resume or a summary of your experience, especially describing your A-rated hunter/jumper accomplishments to . (Other kinds of competition experience also welcome, but must have some mileage on the A-circuit.) 919-634-1697 horsebiz2biz@yahoo.com

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