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    05-06-2012, 07:19 AM
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Looking for part-time Job opportunities in WA

Hey there, long story short, I'm a college kid in Seattle with a Friesian stud an hour and a half north, lol. He has a dedicated support team but owning and managing show stallions is expensive l, so with some available time on my part I am looking for some part-time horse work to help take some of the heat off expenses. I have several years of experience In show barns, my preferred discipline is Dressage and would love to work at a barn that incorporates this beautiful form of riding (but is not required) I have experience working with studs and training green horses, grooming, clipping, brushing, bathing, and mucking out stalls and turning out horses. I've taught riding camps to children, and continue to learn under my dressage trainer. My personal goal is to continue my education in dressage and horse psychology and behavior to better my training techniques when dealing with horses of different backgrounds and personalities.

Pay can be discussed, and If interested don't hesitate to send me a message here on Horse forum. And In a slightly unrelated note I'm keeping my ear open and options available for some after-college understudy training and instruction internships. Preferably at a breeding and show barn (but is not nessisary) as is working with studs is as a part of me as dressage is. If such a thing is available in WA or CA, then ease don't hesitate to email me details or contact info. :)
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