Originally Posted by Sissimut-icehestar
genology consultant for a breeding farm who trains horses on the side!
Im so weird
It can be done. There is a girl that I went to school with in a tiny town. She went to college and got her degree in equine reproduction or whatever it is and now she is a breeding assistant for one of the biggest QH ranches here in Texas. Her name is Jessie Waite. Carol Rose Quarter Horses
As for me, I am about to embark on my dream job. This spring, I am going to start taking in horses to train for customers. I am really looking forward to it and it seems like every time I turn around, there is another person contacting me. I have 3 QH breeders with numerous horses, 1 Arab breeder with a couple of horses, 1 local ranch manager with a ton of horses, and one member here that may be looking for me as a trainer.
It's going to be hard to keep my numbers down to a manageable level. I will probably end up doing some day labor at local ranches and feedlots too just to round out my training and make a little extra money as well (not that I'll really need the money). LOL.