Join Date: Feb 2009
Location: Eventing Country
• Horses: 0
When I was a working student at a Fox Hunting/Eventing barn for 2 years - depending on weather...
I did allot of stall mucking, water bucket cleaning, turning horses in and turning horses out - depending on weather.
Summer: Knee high shorts, tank top, Joules Rubber Boots
Winter : Sweat Pants, Bibbed Winter Pants, Turtle Neck, Vest, Toque
If I rode before I cleaned stalls, I would wear my riding tights, and my Joules Rubber Boots.
You know - I wear allot of tights, and if you don't want to use your expensive riding pants, you can always go to Walmart and buy the tights they have, that you see so many tweens and teens wearing now-a-day *fashion recycles, I wore those in the 80's*
Better known as exercise stretch pants - I have TONS of these that I use for summer riding. Cheap, do a great job for schooling in, and you don't have to worry about ruining them when mucking stalls.
Rubber Boots. Can never go wrong with Rubber Boots :)