So I am an architect major and loving it. However I also have an extreme passion for horses and plan to be a breeder as well as an architect. In the back of my head I can't help but think, am I going to be stretching myself to thin, 8-5pm days at work then breeder and family women at night.. hmmmmmm. So, I am curious if any of you have any horse related careers you would suggest that would provide the money to become a well established breeder as well as provide time for family. Right now I am just kind of curious, not completely serious about changing majors completely. I will more than likely still get at least a bA in Architecture.
Side note... I have worked for an equine vet for a few years and find equine medicine fascinating, however.. from what I have seen vets don't have a family life at all. And techs don't make enough money to support a family and a full swinging breeding business.
Suggestions please =)