Ok, you'll prolly hate me for being different, but my trainer has taught me to be very skeptical now-a-days in the horse business.
Here are my reasons why I honestly think you shouldn't take the job.....
1. That insurance thing, it just worries me for some reason
2. You haven't started a colt yet, you might be able to get by with an easy one, but a problem one has a good chance of seriously hurting you
3. quote from their website "Our trainers are experienced in all phases of colt starting and horse training and can provide references upon request."
4. If you mess up know, that will pretty much blow your chances of getting a ranch job later
5. Sorry to say this, but you don't have enough knowledge yet (IMO) i'm just saying, starting a colt before you have a mastery of leads is a bad idea
6. They do a lot with cutting horses, and prolly train a lot of them.... you don't have experience with cutting so this would end badly
7. colt starting is DANGEROUS! you can get physically hurt really bad, sorry, but i don't think you would know where to begin at first and what to do next and when to do something........ my trainer has been starting colts for 50+ years and knows exactly what to do and when to do it, but still has a long list of horror stories
8. I know other people who have tried to do this kind of thing when they thought they were ready but really weren't, they ended up sending the horses to other trainers and got paid for doing the training or didn't train them at all or even feed them..... it ends in bad publicity and even law suits......
I'm only saying all this cus I don't want to see you posting again about things turning out badly...... please try to understand, i know when i got told I shouldn't train my own horse I balled for days, but my trainer was right..... i had no idea what lateral or vertical flexion was, or really even leads and lead changes, or impulsion, or being on the vertical, or rounding the back, or biting or even types of bits for that matter........
please understand this, because you can't believe how much you don't know until you know it.... i've learned this from experience.... right now my advice for you is to get some books and DVD's about training horses and work a lot w/ your trainer.... and see if you get can a job cleaning stalls, exercising horses, or grooming horses until you are more ready for a training position