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        04-19-2014, 10:45 AM
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    Searching for a Natural Horsemanship trainer in Spain

    Dear all,

    I'm sorry for not introducing myself first as I really want to find a NH-trainer soon.

    For a horse rehabilitation centre & hotel in the South of Spain I'm looking for a Natural Horsemanship trainer for the period of May-September. The job will be parttime unless there are many guests to teach or you would like to work in the hotel as a waiter/waitress. I'd prefer to give you a fulltime job but it's necessary to speak some basic Spanish.
    At the moment we have 2 horses and 1 pony and we're looking for a 3rd (noble) horse and may'be 1 more rescue.

    We are looking for somebody with a sustainable knowledge about Natural Horsemanship (Parelli or any other method) who likes to teach NH, basic dressage lessons (bitless) and hacking out.

    Your job is to train/rehabilitate the horses by hacking out, some dressage and NH. In the morning you'll be asked to muck out (horses are outside in paddocks) and feed the horses. The rest is yet to define. The job will be for at least 5 days a week. The days off will be seperated.

    We are only 15 min. From the sea, half an hour from Tarifa and 1 hour from Jerez.

    If interested, please don't hesitate to contact me private!

    Many thanks,

    Elske

    e.vanreeuwijk@gmx.net
         

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