PIN OAK LANE FARM has an immediate opening for the foaling/breeding season. Dr. Bill Solomon is seeking someone for at least six months, to participate in breeding, foaling and stallion management, lots of intensive breeding experience. Longer/full-time employment is possible if you make the cut after breeding season! See more about Pin Oak Lane here (http://pinoaklane.com) and contact Dr. Solomon directly for more information firstname.lastname@example.org or 717.235.4954
Full time position five days a week. Working for two well known vets at their private properties. Basic care and barn work. Must be able to braid. Owner shows dressage and fox hunts. Some riding or training may be offered to the right candidate. The job also entails handling of young horses and assistance with halter training, leading, and maybe ground work for breaking. Located in new jersey about 1/2 from new hope, pa. Benefits included medical, dental, vision, and 401k. Please contact Sarah with a brief description about your background/skills and a resume. Looking for someone willing to make at least a one year commintment. Email at Sarahlcrotty@yahoo.com
Ivy Hill Therapeutic Equestrian Center is looking for hard working individuals who are interested in joining the Ivy Hill Barn Staff Team. Jobs include but not limited to feeding, turnout, and cleaning stalls. Applicant must have horse knowledge, references, and a good attitude! Looking for afternoon feeders (roughly 2PM-6PM). Pay is $10 an hour.
For More information please email email@example.com or call the barn at (215)822-2515
Part time barn help needed at George School Equestrian Center in Newtown, PA (approx. 20 min from DelVal). We are currently looking for one or two people to join the weekend staff (Sundays preferred) and will have the opportunity to continue through the summer during the week. GSEC is home to 21 fabulous lesson horses that are used in beginner through advanced lessons daily for the George School Varsity Equestrian Team and the community lesson program. Duties include, but are not limited to, cleaning stalls (approx. 5 per shift), turnout, feeding, hay, water, sweeping, and other small chores to aid in the upkeep of the program/horses (enjoying working with kids and helping with summer camp is a plus). A huge benefit of joining our staff includes opportunities before or after shifts to help us hack our horses. An ideal applicant would love to work with horses (of course) and want to learn more about the daily management and care of the horses, as well as be reliable, flexible, motivated to work hard, and able to work well with others! Equine work experience required! Riding experience is not required, but a plus. If you are interested in learning more or have questions, please contact Ally Brink via phone or email. (908) 468-9353 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Pennington Equestrian Center located in Pennington, NJ is looking to hire a Barn Manager/Trainer dependent on the right person.
Small family barn consisting of 14 horses, some of which are boarders. Pennington offers a limited Hunter/Jumper riding program which they would like to expand, thus applicants need to be self-motivated. Part-time positions also available.
If interested, please email Susan Damour at email@example.com or call at 609.902.4369.
Please visit their website at http://www.penningtonequestriancenter.com/index.html
“Winter break” farm job available.
Cabin Run Equestrian LLC in Pipersville, an
Equine training and lesson facility seeks responsible and detail oriented person for care and feeding of lesson and sale horses. Stalls cleaning, turnout, feeding, and grooming.
2 morning shifts. 5 afternoon shifts. Experience required.
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Please call the Farm directly 267-278-8485 for more information.
Heron Mead Farm in Robesonia, PA has an assistant stable manager position available. The position includes feeding, turning out, mucking, and other general barn chores. The person must have great horse handling skills, communication skills, ability to follow directions, report any and all problems to owner, and be able to communicate with boarders. We are a lesson, training and boarding facility with about 20 horses.
Pay is based on experience. The dates of the position would start Monday, December 21 (?) to January 15 with Christmas day and new years day off.
All eligible applicants can contact Savannah Nye via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone at 215-858-0038.
Jessica Levin of Durham Wood Equestrian is ISO Working student several days a week. Duties to include grooming, tacking, tack cleaning, laundry and some small barn chores cleaning buckets etc. May be asked to pick a stall here and there but no actual stall cleaning. Candidate must be hard working and self motivated with strong organizational skills and a passion for learning! Open to multiple candidates sharing the job but would love for this to be a long term position for someone who is interested in becoming a member of a growing team. Hours in exchange for lessons on your horse or one of our awesome lesson horses!
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St Jacques Equestrian located in Lehigh Valley, PA currently has an opening for a working student. We are looking for a motivated and hardworking individual who is interested in improving themselves and learning more about all aspects of horsemanship. Duties will include all aspects of horse care which includes but is not limited to grooming, stall cleaning, feeding, turn in and out, and tack cleaning. This is an opportunity to work with an Olympic Event Rider and Grand Prix Dressage Rider at one facility for a continued education in horse management, care, riding and training. This is an opportunity to bring your own horse or ride a horse of ours as part of the learning about riding and training aspect of the position. Come and join our team at our beautiful North Star Farm. Contact Samantha at 561-601-3048.
Bellvale Dressage will have an opening for a working student December 1st.
Beth Sproule-Hansen is a USDF Bronze, Silver, and Gold medallist, L program graduate, and USDF Certified Instructor through 4th Level. She has brought many horses up the levels from weanlings to successful FEI competitors.
The position entails normal stable responsibilities (turnout, feeding, stalls) of 10 horses. All horses are young, quality warmbloods in training with Beth (no boarders). Working student may bring their own horse, but is not required. There are riding and showing opportunities available. Compensation includes riding and lessons, private bedroom and bathroom, dinner every night, and either a stipend or board for one horse. Barn is located in Warwick, NY, close to Saugerties, Horse park of New Jersey, and conveniently an hour from Manhattan. Working students have consistently benefited from Beth’s training with success in the show ring, improvement in their riding skills, and ability to develop and handle young horses. For any questions or to apply, please contact Beth at email@example.com or 845-781-8657.