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Lookingg for a Working Student Position, Have you heard of these Trainers?

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    03-12-2011, 12:28 PM
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Don't know those trainers but have you checked out Equestrian Jobs and Staff, Horses and Horseboxes/Trailers for Sale and Equestrian Dating Lots of postings for jobs!
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    03-13-2011, 11:01 PM
Thanks guys for all the info, I actually have an interview this week!!! Its with Jill Allard of Evergreen Stables in Blythewood,Sc. They sounded quite lovely on the phone so it seems worth a shot. Also I am in the process of potentially setting up an interview with Deri Jeffers in Onancock, VA(Thanks Joppar!!!) So I guess the question now is, has anyone had any experience with these trainers?
    03-14-2011, 09:39 AM
Have you heard of Elaine Hayes of Lake Norman Dressage? She's near Charlotte NC. I know she takes working students and she is a fantastic dressage trainer. I don't know if these are live in positions, however. Google her website and check her out!

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