Good opinions thank you all =)
I will probably stick with architecture, its a great job that I already love and am good at but you also get the luxury of working at home a bit once you are more established.
Breeding is one of those professions, yes, that does not necessarily make money. However, if you are one of the few that can rise to the top of a breed industry you can make that your whole living. That is my someday goal. Maybe it will take me 60 years to accomplish, but someday I would like to retire from architecture, sell my firm and just breed and show my babies. Who knows it may work
If not I will always have my architecture backing me up for income. So what if I draw all my life. =P not sooo bad.
I too was a trainer for 2 years and began to see it as a job as well instead of a hobby, that's what happens when you ride horses you don't enjoy all day, its no fun. So I would never consider making that a full time career.
I was speaking more along the lines of vet science or medicine or something like that. Im not really familiar to other professions outside of the equine vet loop that deal with medicine and make a large income.. so..
Are any of you??