Join Date: Oct 2009
Location: Breinigsville, PA
• Horses: 0
Awww, don't be nervous! I started working in big show barns and worked at one Standardbred racing farm. The only real difference is the lack of "colorful" language at show barns!! When you arrive, ask the BM if someone can show you the way they like stalls done, asiles swept, buckets scrubbed, etc. Every barn has their own little way of doing things. As for the people, they will be enthralled when they learn of your background and EVERYONE will have questions about the racing industry! Good luck, and just remember to be confident. The BM wouldn't have hired you on the spot if you weren't worth it!
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