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Equine Apprenticeships – invaluable education or slave labour?

Equine Apprenticeships – invaluable education or slave labour?

Equine Apprenticeships - Winning at your career developmentApprenticeships are officially on the rise. In fact, vacancies for apprentices have risen by 15% over the last year. Learning your trade alongside employers, experienced grooms and sometimes even our equestrian icons can help you to develop job-specific skills and earn a wage at the same time. No long-term life-altering student loans for the wily apprentice!

As your skills continue to develop, your earnings potential will increase too. What’s not to like about boosting your career prospects by developing the key skills that employers within the horse world really want. As a recruiter looking at CVs, I certainly consider that formal apprenticeships set a standard we can trust to consider the significant value added to many equine horse jobs applications, especially those looking to find their first serious horse job. This week Becky Parker has had a good look at all the available information to help demystify some of it. Over to you Becky…

Caroline

 


An overview of equine Apprenticeships

By Becky Parker

Fresh from the clutches of 11 years enforced education, drunk on your own freedom (honestly guv I’m just really happy), the prospect of earning a proper wage dangled in front of you tantalisingly, it can be tough persuading yourself to think long-term about career planning. The prospect of returning to a classroom for college courses or perhaps a degree holds no appeal for those who struggle with formal education or are just fed up with the confinement of a classroom.

Equine Apprenticeships - Invaluable Education or Slave Labour - Equine IndustryApprenticeships provide an alternative way to achieve formal, nationally recognised qualifications with training delivered in the workplace rather than a classroom. Learners are able to ‘earn while they learn’ as the tagline goes. The equine industry is famously fast-paced and physical, and there is unanimous thinking when it comes to the verdict that there is really no substitute for practical, on and off the job training. An equine Apprenticeship allows you to gain this in an unexploited, structured and planned way whilst also gaining the piece of paper to prove it.

Many of us long in the tooth now, remember fondly (or not) how in the good old days we started our equine career with Cressida von Jingo Smith-Evans, who housed us in a caravan on top of a windy hill and made us work 72 hours a day for 50p an hour and a bowl of gruel…yes? Well, apprenticeships can help avoid that and will give you memories of working for Cressida von Jingo Smith-Evans for a fair apprentice wage, working sensible, legal hours, living in decent accommodation, and gaining a formal qualification to boot!

 

Is there an age restriction on equine Apprenticeships?

Since 2016 young people aged 16 and 17 must, by law, stay in education, either in the form of an Apprenticeship/Traineeship or at College or Sixth form. There is no upper age limit on taking an apprenticeship course however, your age will dictate how much money the government will pay toward your training:
At age 16-18: Full government funding of the cost of training for employers with less than 50 employees.
At age 19+: Up to 95% government funding, so the employer will have to pay for the remaining fee.

Have a chat with an equine Apprenticeship provider to find out the options available to you.

 

Equine Apprenticeships - Invaluable Education or Slave Labour - Diplomas and other qualificationsThe Qualifications

Apprenticeships can be gained through a selection of different providers, each who will work in partnership with employers. When choosing a provider look at:

  • Whether they can offer you a placement in a discipline that truly interests you for the future.
  • Whether they offer Traineeships – this is a government based initiative designed to be a stepping stone on the way to full equine apprenticeships for candidates with essentially no prior experience working with horses. It is a short unpaid course between 6 weeks and 6 months, a typical average being 12-13 weeks. Traineeships combine work preparation training, for example CV writing and job finding skills, with a work placement plus Maths and English, if needed. The maximum hours per weeks is 30 which includes both study time and work experience. By the end of the course you are guaranteed an interview for a full apprenticeship. Note – only some training providers cater for this option. 
  • Whether there is a mix of training, ie: some providers will carry out all their assessments in the workplace whilst others will require you to attend the college campus for short periods of time. This can vary from one or two days every 4-6 weeks to say, 1 in every 5 working days.

 

Apprenticeship Levels

Level 2 Equine Groom Standard (Intermediate Groom)

The Level 2 Apprenticeship is for those starting out with a basic knowledge of horse care i.e. through owning their own or weekend yard jobs but still have limited industry experience. By the end of the course you should be comfortable taking care of all yard duties, assisting with minor injuries and working to an acceptable speed in a busy professional yard handling and exercising a variety of types of horses. Course Duration = 12-15 months, leading to an independent endpoint assessment.

 

Level 3 Equine Apprenticeship Framework (Advanced Groom)

The Level 3 Apprenticeship aims to produce grooms fit to head straight into senior groom roles such as head girl, main competition groom, sole charge or head lad depending on your specific interest. By the end of the course you should be proficient in all areas of care including recognising and treating injuries, have a basic understanding of anatomy and physiology, clipping, show turnout and have competition grooming experience. The course also involves learning to manage a small to medium team of staff taking on a supervisory role leading by example and advising others how to progress themselves.

Course Duration = 18-24 months with on-program assessment.

 

Equine Apprenticeships - Invaluable Education or Slave Labour - Equine CareersPathways

For the Level 2 Standard there are 5 different pathways to choose from that will shape the direction and specifics of your apprenticeship. These are:

  • Breeding
  • Driving
  • Racing
  • Riding
  • Non-riding

For the level 3 Framework there are 4 different pathways to choose from:

  • Breeding
  • Racing
  • Riding
  • Non-riding

 

Advanced Apprentice In Sporting Excellence (AASE)

The AASE is an Apprenticeship designed for elite athletes aged 16-19, identified by their National Governing Body as having the potential to excel in their sport.

British EventingBritish Dressage and British Showjumping all run AASE courses.

To find out more about the equine Apprenticeships available to you contact an official provider of equine Apprenticeships – links provided at the end of this article.

 

Equine Apprenticeships - Invaluable Education or Slave Labour - Earn while you learnThe Wage

Admittedly this is not a lot if you’re aged 16-18 or you’re 19+ in your first year apprenticeship you are entitled to the National Minimum Wage for Apprentices which from 1st April 2020 – 31st March 2021 is set at £4.15 per hour. If you’re 19+ and in the second year apprenticeship the minimum you must be paid by law is the National Minimim Wage for your age, just like any other groom.  Fortunately, in the equine industry jobs will often (but not always) include accommodation, all bills, perhaps livery for a horse and in some cases food, which are great benefits. Compare this to the cost of going to college or University where you will receive no wage at all and pay for accommodation and you’re winning. As an apprentice between the ages of 16-18 the maximum hours you can work is 40 over a 5-day week and you must have 2 consecutive days off. Once over 18 you can work up to 48 hours per week and your days off do not need to be consecutive.

 

The Contract

You will have an ‘Apprenticeship Agreement’ which will be provided to you by the training provider. It is the agreement between the Employer and Apprentice regarding the training to be delivered as part of the Apprenticeship.

In addition, you must be given a “Written Statement of Employment Particulars” (aka Written Contract).

You will be an employee, which may be an open-ended or a fixed term contract for the duration of your Apprenticeship, and thus all employment laws will apply to you. You must be given a Principle Statement of Employment no later than your first day of work and your Wider Written Statement of Employment within your first 2 months of employment as an Apprentice. However, it is good practice for you to receive it prior starting the position.

The document must:

  1. provide that the apprentice undertakes to work for the employer under the agreement
  2. be in the prescribed form in that it must contain certain minimum information, such as the place of work, job title, rate of pay, holiday entitlement etc.
  3. state that it is governed by the Law of England and Wales
  4. state that it is entered into in connection with a qualifying apprenticeship framework

 

Weighing things up

Equine Apprenticeships - Invaluable Education or Slave Labour - Building your equine careerNow let’s take an objective look at whether equine Apprenticeships work in your favour or not…

PROS

  • Importantly, hands-on  INDUSTRY EXPERIENCE which will make you instantly more attractive to future employers.
  • Equine Apprenticeships provide young people with a positive, supportive start into the working world.
  • Training providers help students with guided career development to ensure they make educated decisions when they move on.
  • Structured pay, benefits and holidays overseen by the training providers ensuring learners are treated fairly.
  • Placements at top yards who otherwise might not consider junior staff.
  • A structured program of learning that ensures you constantly progress and address any weaknesses.
  • Confidence in your ability through passing assessments and feedback from tutors.
  • Multiple references for your CV from employers and tutors.

CONS

  • The wage is usually lower than you would earn as a fully qualified groom.
  • As a trainee you will be starting with the basics, including the less desirable jobs!
  • If you are a more mature student (19+) employers have to contribute 5% towards the cost of your training, so it may be harder to find placements.

*It’s worth noting that, whilst an apprenticeship is work-based training, a commitment to studying the horse care knowledge required is essential!

 

Alternative Options

Equine Apprenticeships - Invaluable Education or Slave Labour - Gain formal qualificationsAlways ensure you explore every option before making a final decision, bearing in mind that 16-18 year olds are now required by law to remain in full time education or training. Alternative ways to get started in a career with horses are;

1. Gaining your BHS Qualifications (for 16-18 year olds: alongside full time education)

See our past article all about this subject to learn more – www.thegroomslist.co.uk/equine-careers-bhs-qualifications/

2. Studying full time at an equine college

An attractive option to many horse lovers instead of traditional A levels/uni is to opt for a vocational college instead where you will be trained in a mix of theoretical and practical skills including riding. Most colleges also have a live-in option, many an ex-student has a tale or two to tell about the shenanigans taking place there.

3. Junior Grooms

There are still some yards who will employ ‘Junior Grooms’. Although the term “Junior Groom” implies someone young, a Junior Groom role can be available for anyone, although as an inexperienced “trainee” it is likely you will earn little or no more than the National Minimum Wage for your age until you have gained a certain amount of experience. If  studying in any form is really not for you, or perhaps you wish to pursue a riding career and are offered a role that provides you with many opportunities under a very supportive coach/professional rider, and you are aged 18 or above, this could in some situations be worth it. Just ensure any promises made to you are made in writing and adhered to, and that your salary and “Working Contract” meet legal requirements.

Working Pupil and Junior Groom jobs – a word of advice

The terms “working pupil” and “Junior Groom” are often used to describe job roles suitable for less experienced grooms, but it is important to understand the legalities of these job descriptions. The term “Working Pupil” implies that you are an employee working under the tutelage of your boss or a superior, more experienced colleague. The term “Junior Groom” implies that you are a less experienced groom than your colleagues. The fact is in both cases, you are simply a “Trainee Groom” – you will not be receiving any recognised qualification or certification on completion of your training, and the training you will receive will be subjective to the yard/environment you are working in and not governed by any official entity. This isn’t to say that “Working Pupil”, “Junior Groom” or “Trainee Groom” positions are a bad thing – they are often the job roles that start off extremely successful equine careers, but it is important that you are not exploited in any way through your own, or your employer’s naivety about these terms.

The simple facts to remember are:

  1. 16-17 year olds MUST remain in formal, full time education, and so cannot by law accept a role as a “Working Pupil” or “Junior Groom” unless it is within a proper apprenticeship.
  2. A Working Pupil or Junior Groom who is not officially employed may not be covered by the employers/yard owners insurancwe should the untoward happen!
  3. The ONLY job role legally entitled to pay less than the National Minimum Wage for your age is an Apprenticeship, which is subject to a separate wage scale and contractual obligation, as detailed above. And by ‘Apprenticeship’ we mean in truth, not in job title alone. Your equine Apprenticeship will be provided by an official body (for example Educ8 Equine).
  4. ANY other Working Pupil/Junior Groom/Training Groom role is subject to the same National Minimum Wage and contractual obligations as any other employment role. Do not ever accept a salary that is less than the National Minimum Wage for your age in exchange for training on the job.

The British Grooms Association (BGA) provide further information about the term “Working Pupil” here.

If you are an employer or employee and are uncertain of the legalities surrounding this matter please don’t hesitate to contact us for a no-obligation, confidential chat about the employment status.

Equine Apprenticeships - Invaluable Education or Slave Labour - a solid start to your equine career

Conclusion

Ultimately the only person who can decide whether an Apprenticeship is the right career path for you, is YOU! It can help at times like this to employ Caroline’s method described in her New Year’s blog post and stand back to take a helicopter view of your life. Daydream on where you would like to be 5 years from now and work out the best way to get there. Always be honest with yourself about your own strengths and weaknesses, what will you enjoy most? What are you most likely to stick at? What’s right for some people is completely wrong for others!

If you do decide to go down the Apprenticeship route don’t be afraid to reference check your employer too, ask to speak to current or past working pupils and find out if the job description matches and if the working environment is one you can see yourself fitting in with. Once the decision is made, commit to the job and training completely. Be prepared to work hard and show yourself to be a keen apprentice willing to learn and you will be set for a flying start to your equine career!

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Job Description *IRO £450/week plus accommodation *Own horse welcome *Exciting, varied activities *Working Couple or single person opportunity An exciting opportunity to join this established, as a Yard Manager/Riding Instructor/Ride Lead. Applicants must hold at least their Level 2 Coach/BHSAI or equivalent. This busy, varied equestrian centre offers everything from riding lessons, horse archery, trekking, Pony and Riding Club activities, riding holidays, apprenticeships and training opportunities, and much more! As the Yard Manager you will be responsible for organising the yard, teaching, booking farriers/vets/ordering provisions etc, and organising Pony Club ad Riding Club activities. You will need IT skills for using the booking system and assisting with various marketing activities, e.g. social media accounts etc. There is the possibility of work for a Working Couple. As the equestrian centre offers riding holidays and holiday lets, there is the possibility of work for a partner; housekeeping and general daily maintenance and running of the holidaying side of the business. Please enquire for more information. Immediate start available and soonest start preferred.   Minimum Requirements Applicants must hold at least their Level 2 Coach/BHSAI or equivalent. IT skills for usual administration and marketing activities associated with the daily running of an equestrian centre.   Accommodation Candidates can live out or accommodation can be provided; single or suitable for a couple. Own horse welcome but regrettably no pets.  
*Salary IRO £25/26K+ plus accom and bills (depending on experience) *Dog welcome and can travel to shows/training with you *Leisure/retired horse considered but you would be away a lot! This is a great opportunity to get your competition grooming career well and truly on the map! A small, professional, show jumping yard with its own breeding program and a growing sport horse business is now looking for a committed, competition groom or ‘would-be’ competition groom. You must love the life, relishing being home and away with some high-level competition Grooming experience, not necessarily with Show Jumpers. You should be used to handling performance horses at some competitions of a high level plus younger horses as they come through from babies to competition horses. This is a position working with a very motivated, ambitious up-and-coming young Rider who is showing a lot of success so far. Whilst the atmosphere at home and away is relaxed and friendly, the successful applicant must be willing to travel to all the international shows abroad and in the UK plus training with the Rider. Mainly 3 and 4-star shows currently but aiming for 5-star tours. When home, you would be heading a small team of part-time Grooms with full-time support also. Looking after 6 fantastic horses and riding (a bit of decent level of flatwork and hacking). All usual duties. You will be driving a 26t so must have a license or be willing to take the test.     Please contact Caroline & The Team on 0203 006 5730 or email caroline@carolinecarterrecruitment.com
Job Description I am looking for a new full time groom to be part of my team, a small yard of event horses currently up to international 4 star level and hunt horses.  Opportunity to groom at International events,  hunt and have dressage and jumping lessons from me. The right person must be hard working, have high standards, trustworthy, honest, have previous experience working on a yard and happy to work on their own, to have an HGV licence is a bonus but not a must, opportunity to gain HGV license.  Duties include general yard work , hacking and galloping event and hunt horses.  Its a small yard of 5 lovely quality horses with a well kept, smart yard to work in and a friendly team.  Hours are 8am – 5pm, Tuesday to Saturday, when grooming at a competition days off do change.     Minimum Requirements Must have previously worked on a yard and happy, confident hacking on own   Accommodation details I can find local accommodation if needed in the short term, on site accommodation being built soon.   Benefits Dressage and jumping lessons, opportunity to hunt  
Job Description *Own horse and dog a possibility *Live in *Riding optional *Every 3rd weekend off Eventing training and competition yard with super facilities set in 44 acres provides lovely, relaxed feel and makes for a great atmosphere for horses’ individual needs, welfare and education. All duties required to assist rider who trains competition horses, has a manageable number of liveries, offers schooling and re-schooling, provides tuition.  Experience in handling young horses and fit competition horses is essential. Must be good at organising and have good social skills. Able to take sole charge and work as part of a small team Accommodation details Single use of large, static home.   Benefits Option to bring a horse Training provided for NVQ levels 5 1/2 day week and every 3rd weekend off.
Job Description Our small and friendly Dressage yard and Stud specialises in PRE’s (Spanish horses) and we are looking for a cheerful and capable person to join our team for one or both days at the weekends. We have a few liveries plus our fit dressage horses and stallions and the candidate must be capable of handling them as well as our youngsters. This is not a sole charge position as the candidate will be working alongside another Groom. Duties include normal yard work, turning out and in, putting horses on and off the walker and general grooming.     Minimum Requirements Experienced in handling youngsters Riding/Exercising depending on experience   Accommodation details None   Benefits    
Job Description Experienced groom required for beautiful private polo yard near Godalming in Surrey. Sole charge of up to 8 horses. £450 per week with potential for a generous end of season bonus.   6 days a week. Flexible hours depending on schedule with your days off agreed in advance by the Estate Manager.  For the right candidate, a position will be available all year round – hours will vary out of season. Excellent onsite facilities for staff including a clubhouse and kitchen. The successful candidate will be used to working with fit competition horses, polo experience is a bonus but not essential. You will be familiar with equine first aid and happy to manage rehabilitation programmes. You will be required to ride or exercise a number of horses every day so should be confident riding competition horses. Training in riding polo ‘sets’ will be provided. You will attend regular polo practices, matches and events. To apply, please send your CV and covering letter
Job Description home groom for showjumping yard in Devon, needing an experienced and reliable person to join our team happy looking after fit competition horses and to be in charge if we are away horses competing national and internationally , purpose-built yard set in 30 ac family-run yard we would love someone looking for a long term job our great home groom is now our show groom so having to replace her   Minimum Requirements Must have previous experience working with fit competition horses , happy turning out lunging , etc   Accommodation details Shared flat on yard   Benefits Happy for you to bring your own horse  
*Family welcomed *Well behaved dog welcome * Package £22,000 + paid council tax, enhanced pension contribution + free gym membership) *Brand new accommodation just built! PLEASE NOTE, FOR THIS VACANCY,  WE WILL ONLY ACCEPT APPLICATIONS FROM JOB SEEKERS WITH A CURRENT CV ATTACHED TO AN UPDATED JOB SEEKER PROFILE Wonderful sole charge opportunity for an experienced Groom/Rider to work with a friendly and busy family and their two hunters and three ponies on their family estate in Cheshire. All usual duties to a high standard eg: General husbandry, exercising/schooling. You must be able to clip and plait and turn out well. Administer first aid and liaise with vets as required. Ideally, you will have a license to drive a 7.5t lorry As a Rider, you will need to be confident and experienced cross country with the ability to tackle jumps when either exercising or attending hunts. Current Groom who highly recommends and is retiring so a full handover to a motivated, passionate and enthusiastic individual is required to ensure continuity for the family and their beloved horses. Of course, you will need to be good with children, ideally have worked within a private household setting previously and therefore understand the need to work flexibly at weekends and undertake some unsocial hours. *Full job description available to suitable candidates Please contact Caroline 0203 006 5730 or email Caroline@carolinecarterrecruitment.com
Full time permanent family groom position. 1 Event horse, 1 small young event horse, 3 ponies, an old boy and a racehorse on holiday or home for walk / trot work / re-schooling. Very experienced at riding and handling, turning out for Eventing, hunting and Pony Club to a high standard. All yard duties and riding out, fitness work and schooling ( including ponies hence need lightweight rider if possible) Driver of 6.5 tonne lorry and car and trailer preferred. Safe and kind and fun with children ( aged 11 and 6) Happy to muck in with dogs and family life and occasional school runs or club drop off and pick ups Live out, nearby with own horse possible. Prepared to move in for holiday cover of house, dogs, horses and sometimes children too. Sole charge. Interest and experience of equine first aid Clipping, Plaiting, Mane and Tail pulling, In Hand walking Out, Bandaging, Icing etc Confident, experienced and a good rider required. Lunging.   Minimum Requirements Must have experience working  with competition horses and be happy loading, leading, riding  and rehabilitating them. Experience of grooming at events. Excellent turn out and yard duty skills.   Accommodation details Live out or live in 4 miles away in shares house with your own horse if applicable. Only very well behaved, non yappy dogs welcome please!   Benefits Good salary, holiday and pension for right person.    
Job Description Temporary vacancy to cover Holiday and Sickness to start 19th June . General yard duties, mucking out, turning out, grooming, preparing horses for exercise, dealing with horses after exercise and over seeing apprentices Minimum Requirements Applicant should either hold a level 3 qualification or similar of have a good amount of experience backed up by references. You will need to be able to just come in and muck in. as we are really busy currently.   Accommodation details There is shared accommodation on site it is a well maintained mobile home with individual bedrooms, centrel heating and washing machine and tumble dryeer.   Benefits    
Job Description This position is for an experienced Yard Manager or Head Groom for a top international event yard in Oxfordshire. Small compact yard, easy to run, and lovely facilities including a 60×30 arena, gallops, horse walker and plenty of turnout. The horses range from 4yrs to 4star, being produced for top level competitons and championships, as well as for sale. Eventing experience is very important, along with a good work ethic, sense of humour and a large dose of common sense! The yard is run to a high standard, with an emphasis on attention to detail and top care for all the horses. The job would be 5 days a week, responsible for managing the day to day running, logistics, ordering, arranging staff cover, and general over seeing of the horses welfare. There is accommodation included in a tidy annex, and there is flexibility within the job for travel to the events and riding depending on the individual candidate and experience. The day runs from 7.30-4.30, though it can run longer on certain competition days if there is travel to an event. There is also the option that this is a more fixed hour stay at home job, without riding. Minimum Requirements Eventing experience, good work ethic, trimming, plaiting and turning out to a high standard, common sense! driving license, good positive attitude and ability to cope with stressful situations if things go wrong. Ability to work well alongside other members of the team. If someone doesn’t mind having a toddler around helping with yard duties that’s a bonus!   Accommodation details 1 bedroom annex on-site, Sky TV Wifi      
Job Description A small private competition yard based in Cambridgeshire. The ideal candidate would have competition experience being able to turn out to a very high standard and taking sole-charge. For a less experienced person there will be lots of opportunity to learn and develop skills. Minimum Requirements HGV license would be a huge bonus but not essential.   Accommodation details Preferably a live out position but accommodation can be arranged.   Benefits A rewarding role for an enthusiastic and hard working person working as part of a successful event team. Opportunity to travel to competitions across the UK and abroad.  
Job Description *Beautiful off-road riding *Accommodation available *5 Day week *Horse welcomed* Looking for experienced and reliable instructor / groom   for our busy and expanding yard.. You must be highly motivated and willing to work as part of a team. A teaching qualification with a  minimum of stage 2 teach or NVQ equivalent is required.  We offer BHS and NVQ training depending on your choice of career  pathway. We are a large BHS approved riding school, livery yard and “Where to Train” centre. We have excellent facilities set in 550 acres with beautiful off-road riding with opportunity to further your training and development.  You must also be happy to work alongside the existing team  carrying out daily duties and all aspects of yard work; everyone mucks in and helps each other out. Minimum Requirements   Stage 2 teach or NVQ equivalent Time management Attention to detail Equine first aid People skills Reliable Accommodation details On site single or shared accommodation may be available but no pets.   Benefits Excellent Working Conditions. Professional, fun environment .Top class expanding facilities .Variation in Role. Staff livery with use of full facilities available. 28 days holiday. Pension, NI and PAYE fully paid.  Onsite training for BHS or NVQ. Exam fees paid. In house clinics for all disciplines.
Job Description Full time experienced Hunt groom to take charge of 6 quality hunters   Minimum Requirements  A cheerfull helpfull person who loves the job & understands horses hunting and hunting people     Accommodation details A nice converted barn with lounge dinner,  bedroom, shower fully fitted furniture with parking outside     Benefits    
Job Description Working during polo season, based near Kirtlington Park Polo Club: Immediate start until beginning of October 2021 – permanent position available for the right person as part time in winter season then full time in summers. Experienced and competent rider required for: schooling and training 8 high quality polo ponies aged 7 to 15 grooming yard maintenance & management equine health monitoring and managing turning out to a high standard. sole charge. Minimum Requirements Experience training young horses, from main disciplines: jumping, dressage, Eventing, polo   Benefits Sole charge of the yard flexibility with working hours Mondays off work, except for bank holidays    
Job Description We are looking for a Dressage Groom or Yard Manager (dependent on experience) for a Small Dressage/Training/Livery yard in Surrey.  We are looking for someone who is experienced, reliable, highly motivated and able to work on own initiative to a high standard. Minimum Requirements All usual yard duties, including mucking out, turning out, grooming, tack cleaning etc Ability to Plait and Clip. Happy/able to hack out.  Other riding/schooling dependent on experience. Competent handling fit competition horses. Ability to drive 7.5 tonne Lorry desirable but not essential.   Accommodation details No accommodation   Benefits Possibility to bring own horse. Training with International Grand Prix Dressage Rider and experienced Coach.  
Job Description Small private event yard looking for a full time groom. Based near Reading (RG4) Due to gap year rider/groom going to university in September we are a looking for someone who is hardworking, reliable and enthusiastic to join the team. This person has to be capable of handling fit event horses and working sole charge. We have max 9 horses to look after ranging from 14.2hh ponies to horses competing every weekend. The yard is a newly built barn that is very easy to work in and has great facilities, horses are all lovely. Opportunities to live in and bring a horse or take on one of ours for the right person. Looking for someone to work ideally 6 days a week alongside our current part time groom who does 5 mornings and our regular freelancer, both of whom have been with us over 18mths are are also happy to chat to you. Riding would involve taking the horses to the gallops and lots of hacking/lungeing. Lots of opportunities to go to events and internationals. HGV would be ideal but not a necessity. Just looking for someone who we can trust and will treat the horses like they are their own – we are a very friendly team. Minimum Requirements     Accommodation details Purpose built self contained one bedroom flat   Benefits    
Job Description; Teach and ride owners horses – meet regularly with instructors ,gvie them weekly training attend horse owners and members .supervise the grooms and evaluate them . organise the daily horses plan ( school and livery horses)  medications,care , exercise… . coordinate and supervise  the lesson distributions among various junior instructors . assist during jumping competitions and gymkhanas. Minimum Requirements Good level showjumping competition and teaching experince with certifications – BHSAI or similar .minimum 10 years competing show jumping. good english langauge written and spoken .  refrences is a must . ability to adapt to multi cultural environment Accommodation details fully furnished accomodation on site .   Benefits airline tickets once a year – medical insurance – bonus on performance-  
Job Description Friday person/Groom/Administration for a private 4 horse yard, that mostly live out. 3 days a week to include weekends.  You must be highly motivated, a good organiser, adaptable and friendly person looking for long term position. Sole charge. Between looking after horses, to work in a new and exciting food manufacturing business, assisting in social media, admin, and general help within the business. Well behaved dog welcome. Live out position. Must have a car due to the location. Minimum Requirements     Accommodation details     Benefits    
We are looking for a friendly, reliable full time groom to join our team. Private Eventing and showjumping yard based in the beautiful Surrey Hills. We have up to 12 horses in work and job includes all yard duties and for right person to help with the exercising of all horses from youngsters to Advanced horses. Opportunities of hunting, competition grooming and training. Confident handling young horses as we breed eventers and showjumpers.   Minimum Requirements     Accommodation details Private flat/cottage  on family estate.   Benefits    
Job Description Eventing, Hunting Live in Groom Great opportunity to join an experienced small team producing quality event horses and hunters. Fantastic facilities including indoor school, xc and gallops. Would suit enthusiastic groom willing to learn and contribute to a successful team. Will consider applications from experienced Groom/Riders with HGV licence or less experienced Groom/Riders who’re capable of handling and riding big, fit performance horses but might need further training and experience in details like show turnout and competition grooming. (HGV licence is not a requirement)   Minimum Requirements All yard duties Must be able to ride big, fit event horses Very high standards of turn out and care and good attention to detail   Accommodation details Lovely self contained single accommodation with kitchen and living room and bills included   Benefits Accommodation, bills, salary dependent on experience  
Job Description *Partner considered *Pets welcomed *Own horse considered We are looking for a seasonal hunting groom to join our team in a well resourced yard in West Dorset. The position is live in with accommodation on site for the successful applicant. The applicant must have excellent turnout skills with a high attention to detail, must be able to school and jump fit hunters and also be happy to ride fit eventers. There will be an opportunity to hunt and travel to events when needed. You must be able to clip, plait and pull manes and tails. A 7.5 tonne licence and HGV licence is required. Start date – 23rd August 2021 End date – 1st April 2022 Minimum Requirements The applicant must have excellent turnout skills with a high attention to detail, must be able to school and jump fit hunters and also be happy to ride fit eventers. There will be an opportunity to hunt and travel to events when needed. You must be able to clip, plait and pull manes and tails. A 7.5 tonne licence and HGV licence is required. Accommodation details The position is live in with accommodation on site for the successful applicant. Benefits The position is live in Pets will be considered  
Job Description Kildaragh Stud, county Kildare are recruiting for their yearling preparation team for the upcoming sales season. The ideal candidate will be enthusiastic, dynamic, conscientious and be able to work well as part of the existing  team. Minimum Requirements Experience in similar role would be an advantage but not essential   Accommodation details Shared accommodation with one other   Benefits Attractive Salary All utility bills included Use of on farm car    
*Pets and partner considered *Horse a possibility *Private 2-bed accommodation with wonderful views over farmland *Package up to £25k + accomm depending on experience Established family yard with 2 hunters/1 retiree/2 ponies currently mainly hunting with Pony Club activities in the summer for 3 young children (early teens) is now looking for a sole charge, experienced Head Person who can become part of the family and look after the yard, horses and ride. You must also be able to drive a 7.5t lorry. The family mainly hunt once a week on a Saturday, sometimes twice a week. The successful applicant will be able to turnout and transport horses to meets. The family often attend events with children one day of the weekend so you will need to be accommodating of this cheerful, fun, family-friendly environment. Based on a 400 acre farm in the Cotswolds the facilities include indoor and outdoor schools, horse walker, and acres of off-road hacking. The accommodation is privately located, overlooking Cotswold farmland and is a well equipped, well maintained mobile home. Please contact Caroline & The Team on 0203 006 5730 or email caroline@carolinecarterrecruitment.com    
*Accommodation available *5/6 days pw neg *Pets welcome Position available for a capable person to help with Yearling Prep for a small but very well-known thoroughbred stud farm outside Marlborough, Wilts. You must have relevant experience and be happy to walk in hand colts and fillies and all aspects of yearling Prep. A tractor driver is preferable! Fabulous facilities and a competitive package available.  
Job Description A rider/groom is required for a lovely private hunting yard in a stunning part of the Beaufort country.  You will be involved in all the usual yard duties, working alongside two other members of staff.  It is essential that you are a good, brave, confident rider, able to cope with fit horses and to take them out hunting as needed.  You will also be involved in caring for some broodmares and bringing on the young stock.  The ideal applicant will be fun, bright, enthusiastic, have good turn-out skills, understand hunting, and all things country.  Own horse welcome by arrangement and a competitive package offered for the right person.  To start early July 2021.  Please send a CV or email with a summary of your experience
Job Description As a busy equine hospital that prides ourselves on exceptional inpatient care we are looking for someone to assist our existing nursing team with the day to day husbandry care of our patients. The role will involve mucking out ensuring patients have the correct hay / feeds / rugs etc grooming trotting up and lunging ensuring the yard is kept clean and tidy at all times other odd jobs as required Minimum Requirements We are looking for someone with plenty of experience in the industry and who is confident handling a range of horses. An eye for detail and high standards of horse care and tidiness are essential.   Accommodation details Not provided   Benefits Opportunity to part of an enthusiastic and upbeat team providing excellent care to a range of ill and injured patients. Salary commensurate with experience. Employee discounts on veterinary fees given. Company pension scheme Uniform  
Job Description *We currently have a position available as we have had a post-Covid boom* *Yard groom* With option to train* We currently have a opportunity for a yard groom  to join our current expanding team. Training given in all aspects to set you up in the equestrian industry. Own horse welcome. You will be involved in the daily running of the yard along side a supervisor and current team members. There will be all the usual yard work, including mucking out, turning out and tacking up. You will receive all necessary training whether its BHS or NVQ depending on your choice of career pathway.. You need to have some experience handling horses and basic equestrian common sense. We are a BHS approved riding school, livery yard and “Where to train” centre. We have excellent expanding facilities set within 550 acres of beautiful off road hacking. Minimum Requirements Cheerful hardworking team player Willing to learn Passion for horses Attention to detail Conscience Reliable Accommodation details On site studio flat or shared accommodation may be available but no pets. Benefits Excellent Working Conditions. Professional, fun environment. Top class expanding facilities. Variation in Role. On-going training for BHS exams or NVQ. Exam fees paid. 5 day week. Own horse with use of facilities welcome. In house clinics covering all disciplines.  
*Nice accommodation on-site (shared 2 bedroom flat) *Dog and horse welcomed *Days PW negotiable *Generous and negotiable salary 🙂 Riding video/download of flat and jump work required for all applications 🙂    Experienced 2nd Rider required to produce and exercise horses on a family Show Jumping Stud producing quality youngstock for the future to professional standards. The role will require you to work alongside the main Rider and Stud Groom to run things and you should be able to work also without supervision.    Happy to receive input, you will need to be capable of breaking and producing 3, 4 & 5yrs to a high commercial standard. Opportunity to progress and grow with older horses for the right person. Local shows possible plus the possibility of a few international shows a year. All for discussion and negotiation depending on capabilities and experience. You should be bold and confident but with a calm demeanor and a top-class horsemanship approach. Car license essential. Lorry Licence a plus Please contact Caroline & The Team on 0203 006 5730 or email caroline@carolinecarterrecruitment.com
Job Description – All yard duties looking after competition horses, liveries, stallions, youngstock, broodmares & foals as part of a great team of professionals who will guide and help you learn on the job.  We have been training students for the equine industry for over 60 years and pass on a broad wealth of knowledge to you all. Minimum Requirements – Level 2 Apprentices looking to futher their experience and knowledge or PC B Test level or BHS Stage 2/3, but you will be assessed at interview if you don’t have the above, but do have other experience and qualities. Accommodation details – Shared 4 bedroom chalet with other apprentices / staff.  2 showers & loos, shared kitchen and living room.  Washing machine, tumble dryer, TV, heating, parking. Benefits – Paid for working with quality competition horses, a wealth of knowledge and experience to be passed on to you from qualified staff in all aspects of horsemanship.  Friendly yard, clients and other staff.    
Job Description Experienced, reliable riding groom to work 6 days a week (7.30-12.30) in small private yard in Minety (Wiltshire). 5 horses, 2 of which are retired, the others are hunters and an eventer. Must be capable of doing yard work to a high standard, turning out and bringing in. Some sole charge. Must be competent in dealing with fit and young horses. Must be able to do the occasional afternoon and longer days when rider is competing/away. No accomodation available and non smoker please £300-360 a week for the core hours plus pay for extra hours worked.    
*£18K + warm, cosy 1 bed apartment *Dog welcomed *Chance to get some proper Hunt Yard experience on your CV! Lovely seasonal position available on a well-established, traditional family hunt yard within a beautiful estate. Fun, professional team renowned for being great at what they do. You will work hard but you will be treated well and have a very rewarding season. The position involves all grooming duties to a good standard but is a support role, so you will not be out hunting just supporting and some riding (Horses ranging from 15.2-18.2HH). No jumping required but must be confident and competent as will be left behind when others out hunting. Will be expected to prepare second horses for the changeovers. Great facilities/menage/lunge pen/500 acres/excellent hacking. Call Caroline & the Team on 0203 006 5730 or email info@carolinecarterrecruitment.com    
*£280 to £380pw depending on experience and qualifications  *Friendly, professional team *Lovely facilities for horses and humans 🙂 *Live in We are a small professional Dressage yard and Stud with 17 stables, four of our own dressage horses, six full livery horses and a small breeding program seeking an experienced and reliable groom to join our existing team of five. The ideal candidate will: Have previous experience working on a professional yard Work to high standards with good attention to detail Be able to clip, plait, pull and trim Be confident handling fit competition horses Be friendly and reliable with a good work ethic You will be helping with the day to day running of the yard which includes but is not limited to mucking out, feeding, turning out, bringing in, tacking up and washing down. We can offer a fabulous working environment on a beautiful yard, with a friendly team of happy dressage addicts. There is also an opportunity to travel to National and International high-profile shows (if desired). Unfortunately, we cannot take staff horses, but we can offer sole occupancy fully furnished accommodation – pets are negotiable! Working hours are from 7am – 5pm with an hour for lunch and numerous tea breaks (tea and biscuits provided…always!) 5 days a week.  Located 10 minutes from Hartpury College in Gloucester, we are close to some of England’s best dressage venues and horse care facilities.    
*Nice accommodation on-site (shared 2 bedroom flat) *Dog and horse welcomed *Days PW negotiable *Generous and negotiable salary   Experienced Groom required to manage and be responsible for all of the horses on a family Show Jumping Stud producing quality youngstock for the future to professional standards. The role will require you to work alongside the Rider to run things 🙂    You should be capable of either lunging or hacking young competition horses and Stallions when needed and experienced and capable with stud work and managing youngstock. As a committed team player, you should also happy to go to day shows/training and maybe 1 or 2 international shows a year.   You should be able to work on your own initiative. The role will include managing the grazing land and property upkeep plus organising subcontractors to do necessary work. Would be great if you are fairly handy and could fix a fence or leaking water trough etc   Car (non-negotiable) and lorry license (ideally).  Please contact Caroline & The Team on 0203 006 5730 or email caroline@carolinecarterrecruitment.com
* Fab career/CV opportunity *Live in or out *Salary iro £400 gross plus beautiful cottage accommodation (without charges) if needed Experienced Groom required to work within an established team to a very high standard on an international dressage yard. Competent Grooms from any discipline considered. You must be a team player and as this is essentially a non-riding position (maybe some hacking), it would suit someone who enjoys the Dressage environment and working with the best of horses and facilities at home. This is a world-class establishment – ideally, you will be able to step up with the home team when the Rider and competition Grooms are away for periods of time. 🙂 Please note, you must be prepared to work a 5.5 day week (sensible hours and weekend days on rota) 🙂 Pls call Caroline & The Grooms List team on 0203 006 5730 or email info@carolinecarterrecruitment.com        
*Flexible hours and days to suit ideally at least 4 days PW *£10-15ph negotiable. *Great opportunity to join the existing, happy team *Own horse welcome. Job Description Day to day running of busy event yard with retired competition horses as well as horses currently competing. Minimum Requirements Sole charge. Reliable. Must have high standards and exceptional levels of care. Must turn horses out to a high standard and want to be a good team player.     Accommodation details None   Benefits Great pay. Flexible hours and days to suit. Great opportunity to join existing happy team.  
*£20k pa *Various options for accommodation *Dog and horse welcomed *Chance to get first aid training and qualifications COVID STATUS: Anyone travelling to the Isle of Man who has not been outside of the United Kingdom, Guernsey or Jersey in the 10 days prior to arriving on the Island will be able to access the ‘Fast Track Test to Release’ pathway, opting to take a COVID-19 test within 48 hours of arrival and isolate until they receive a negative result. A second COVID-19 test will also be required (free of charge) six days after arrival. First class Equestrian Centre, also a registered Pony Club Centre offering a wide range of equestrian activities for all levels of ability, is looking for a special someone to replace longstanding and much loved Instructor and second in command person. Teaching all ages and experience levels, from absolute beginners or working to improve  skills for competitions, this friendly team puts together programmes to suit. All levels of ability catered for including, novice, intermediate, disabled and experienced. Do call Caroline and the Team on 0203 006 5730 or email info@carolinecarterrecruitment.com  
Salary 8.5 Euros/negotiable dependent on experience with no food/accommodation or utilities to pay. You will need some experience grooming competition horses One of the Most Professional SJ yards in the world – Learn your trade with the best and secure your Grooming future with a hands on job. All you need is a passport and an adventurous spirit! Enthusiasm and dedication to work along side the best horses, riders and horse people.This opportunity would be GREAT FUN and a second to none experience which would guarantee your career anywhere you chose in the future both home and abroad. A rare insight into world class horses, world class facilities and a truly remarkable experience for any groom seriously interested in getting to the top of their game. Whilst there are considerable opportunities for advancement and promotion possibilities if you wish to remain in Germany. 🙂 Caroline’s comments 🙂 This is a commercial environment where the opportunity to learn is awesome but not for anyone who gets homesick or doesn’t feel comfortable in the commercial end of the horse world. The horses you will encounter are world class and it will certainly add to the breadth and depth of anyone’s experience. Fast paced and exciting in so many ways. A real ‘one off experience’ to add to the CV!    Please call Caroline on 0203 006 5730 or email info@carolinecarterrecruitment.com
*Salary IRO 1800 euros *All accommodation and food provided *Seasonal position with far reaching CV improving benefits! This world class service station and stud is looking for experienced stud hands for the forthcoming season to be based in Muhlen, Germany. Some prior experience important as some serious unmatched warmblood breeding stock is involved in this operation names such as  Balou du Rouet, whose offspring’s prize money makes millions plus Sandro Hit plus stallions Fürstenball, Vivaldi, Bordeaux, Foundation, Vitalis, Sir Donnerhall I and Diarado were amongst the leading group of all German stallions according to the German FN’s 2016 predicted breeding value statistics. Last year stallions from Mühlen once again dominated the Oldenburg Elite Mare show and of the twelve mares presented, seven of them were daughters of this yard’s stallions, including the winner Candy OLD by Sir Donnerhall I. The list goes on and on and on! 🙂 🙂 Caroline’s comments 🙂 This is a commercial environment where the opportunity to learn is awesome but not for anyone who gets homesick or doesn’t feel comfortable in the commercial end of the horse world. The horses you will encounter are world class and it will certainly add to the breadth and depth of anyone’s experience. Fast paced and exciting in so many ways. A real ‘one off experience’ to add to the CV!    Please call Caroline on 0203 006 5730 or email info@carolinecarterrecruitment.com  
*Package totally negotiable (currently IRO £25K+) for someone with desired skills, experience & qualifications * Very nice single accommodation  * 5-day week *HGV essential (26t lorry) & must have experience of showjumping and driving a lorry in Europe Lovely, long term job position suited to an experienced and competent person on a family yard with top competition standards for a husband and wife combination used to competing at the highest levels. This family-run show jumping yard needs someone who ideally could exercise ride and is happy to work alongside other full and part-time staff in caring for 14 stable kept horses – a mix of show jumpers and children’s ponies. All usual duties. Two children in the family so must be a child, friendly person. Friendly and fun family. Please call Caroline and the Team on 0203 006 5730/07747 686118 or email caroline@carolinecarterrecruitment.com      
We are looking for a night watch to support our team. You are nocturnal and like to work when others are already asleep? You are looking for a responsible task and enjoy working with horses ? Then apply now! Your Tasks: regular control of the horses in nightly rounds Visual inspection of the horses’ state of health monotoring of the foaling mares Your Pofil: several years of experience with horses and the ability to assess their well-being Independent and responsible work Driving licence Willingness to shift work Our Offer: a performance-related salary an attractive working environment in a highly motivated team accommodation available on site If you are interested, then send your application to  mohr@schockemoehle.com Job Description Your Tasks: regular control of the horses in nightly rounds Visual inspection of the horses’ state of health monotoring of the foaling mares Minimum Requirements Your Pofil: several years of experience with horses and the ability to assess their well-being Independent and responsible work Driving licence Willingness to shift work Please notice that applicants from non-EU countries must have a work permit or an EU passport for working in Germany.   Accommodation details You will be offered accommodation (single or double rooms) and meals (breakfast and lunch) on the yard. Rooms cost around 190 € per month, including electricity and water, breakfast and lunch around 149 € per month.     Benefits The stud will finance your safety boots and insurance fees. Of course, we will help you with all administrative issues, which come up at the beginning, provide you with translating assistance during doctor`s visits if necessary and help you with anything else that you need.  
Job Description In 1992,  a successful businessman and former European Show Jumping Champion purchased a large site in the expanses of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania. On no less than 3,000 hectares of land in the heart of the protected landscape of the Lewitz, a centre for modern horse breeding which accommodates 4,000 horses and is unparalleled in Europe has emerged over the years. Around 250 employees look after the well-being of the horses, which are kept in spacious stables and in species-appropriate herds in the expanses of the Lewitz. We have a veterinary clinic based in Lewitz specializing primarily in equine breeding and treatment. The position we are offering provides a great opportunity to gain valuable experience in the field of vet nursing, and we expect applicants to come with competent horse/foal training skills as well as being well presented, punctual and reliable. This is a full-time appointment involving responding to calls from outlying farms and assisting with all aspects of professional breeding. Your duties will include restocking of trucks, setting up equipment, assisting with X-rays, preparing for injections and, above all, working with our foals. You will frequently be on “foal watch” – looking after mares and their foals, helping with neonatal foal and mare care, and thus given a first-rate opportunity for hands-on learning. Work on our stud also offers a great learning experience for the prospective veterinary or vet tech student; it will include some additional on-farm duties according to your daily workload. Please notice that applicants from non-EU countries must have a work permit or EU passport for working in Germany.   Accommodation details The stud’s own apartments, modern and practically furnished, give you affordable living space near your place of work and make it easier for you to form and strengthen social relationships even after you finish work. On request, you will be served breakfast and lunch in the stud’s own canteens.   Benefits Of course, we will help you with all the administrative issues which come up at the beginning, provide you with translating assistance during doctor’s visits if necessary and help you with anything else that you need. We will do everything to make your stay as pleasant as possible for you.  
Job Description The Lewitz Stud in Northern Germany is searching for blacksmiths. There are least two positions available. On the one hand, we`re searching for a blacksmith for shoeing and trimming riding horses, on the other hand, one is needed for working on foals. One blacksmith could exclusively be in charge of shoeing, even if we could also imagine to give you chance to progress when you`re not an expert yet, but motivated and talented to become one in the near future. The position available for trimming foals is also requiring a certain experience, but is offering you a chance to gain much experience by accompanying and solving problematical cases. We could also imagine a blacksmith in charge with foals and shoeing riding horses. The biggest breeding farm in Germany is offering you a chance to develop in a good atmosphere, with regulated work-time and good payment. Minimum Requirements experience in shoeing   Accommodation details We offer you an accommodation (single or double rooms) and meals on the yard. Rooms cost around 190 € per month, including electricity and water, breakfast and lunch around 152 € per month.   Benefits    
We are currently seeking a Modern Apprentice/SVQ Trainer/Assessor.  The successful candidate will be based at Campus in Cupar, Fife as part of the Veterinary and Animal Sciences Department within the North Faculty of the college. We are seeking a highly motivated individual with experience of preparing teaching material and assessing Modern Apprenticeship students up to level 6 in Horse Care. The role will require on-site assessment visits across Scotland and a clean driving licence is therefore essential. The role requires the candidate to: Be an active and engaged member of the Equine Team. Have a student-focused approach to teaching and learning and be able to engage students in a practical environment. Preparation of practical activities. Delivering practical tuition and assessments to a high standard. Conducting student assessments in accordance with Awarding Body standards. Maintaining appropriate records of teaching and assessment. Maintaining appropriate records of attendance. Attending internal and external meetings as required. Updating of personal skills and qualifications. Contribute to checking the validity of assessment against the performance criteria being assessed, as part of SRUC’s quality assurance internal moderation processes. Actively engage in quality enhancement and communication strategies and their associated procedures. Actively engage in performance management processes. Develop and maintain links with relevant industry contacts in their curriculum area. Minimum Requirements To be considered for this role, you should possess the following qualifications: BHS Stage 4 Senior Coach (II). BHS SVQ Assessor. L&D 9Di (Previously A1). WBL assessor (or progress towards these qualifications) You should possess a good knowledge of BHS QA procedure and requirements and a thorough knowledge of equine care and husbandry. You should have appropriate and proven experience in delivery and assessing of work-based learning – including teaching and assessing experience in riding and practical equine husbandry to students from a range of different backgrounds and experience levels. Further details on the requirements of this role can be found in the Job Particulars document which you must read before applying for this role. This is downloadable when you click the APPLY link.  
*Opportunity to undertake first aid training & transport of horses long distance certificate *Possible HGV training for right candidate etc Job Description Stable Hand/Groom Required, for showjumping stable yard in Penkridge, Staffordshire. 22 horses stabled mainly private warm blood showjumping horses ranging from 2yrs old upwards. Small friendly team , 3 other grooms, 2 riders. Duties will include: Mucking out Feeding Turning out Putting horses on walker, Checking horses welfare Administering medication when required Changing rugs Grooming and tacking up etc. Attending competitions where necessary Being a team player and being able to use initiative is essential. Hours would be 5.5 days a week. 7.30am – 5/5.30pm Live in a possibility, but unfortunately no pets or partners   Minimum Requirements Must have had previous horse experience and handling. Must have a car driving license. Accommodation details Own bedroom in shared modern apartment with one other live in staff member 1 mile from stable yard. Shared kitchen, lounge and bathroom with one other staff member. Modern apartment, modern appliances, well looked after – electricity, water, gas, council tax and tv license included. Benefits Opportunity to undertake first aid training, transport of horses long distance certificate, possible HGV training for right candidate etc    
Job Description The facilities comprise 3,000 hectare (30,000,000 sqm)land in total,spacious stables,large run-in stables and horse-appropriate group-housing for the approx. 4000 horses. A constantly progressing health management and the stud-owned vet clinic provide the perfect care for the horses.These are best prerequisites to guarantee breeding and training at the highest possible professional level. Almost 200 employees, among them 14 vets, are work around the clock for the benefit of the animals and ensure perfect conditions for the approx. 700 foals that are born every year. As a rider at one of the three riding stables, you are responsible for the training and care of the horses bred by Paul Schockemöhle. Many horses which will later cause a sensation in top level sport go through our hands. The daily routine gives you the opportunity to gather a lot of experiences and impressions in every respect. The fact that a renowned trainer is always available to support you will particularly help you with your personal development. The riding stables entrusted with training the horses are three geographically separated farmsteads under a common organisational umbrella. At each of the individual sites, site managers look after the training of the horses with their teams. A jumping horse trained on the Lewitz stud runs through all three stations chronologically. Finally, the jumping horses go to the third station, the “Scheckenhof”, with its spacious, light-flooded indoor riding arena and the idyllically located outdoor riding arena which is surrounded by the racecourse and in close proximity to the Neustädter See. Dirk Hauser and Christina Heussler organise all the riding stables from here, and two highly renowned trainers are also employed – Paul Niemz and Thomas Mohr. At the Scheckenhof, the further career of each individual horse is also decided.   Accommodation details The stud’s own apartments, modern and practically furnished, give you affordable living space near your place of work and make it easier for you to form and strengthen social relationships even after you finish work. On request, you will be served breakfast and lunch in the stud’s own canteens.   Benefits Of course, we will help you with all the administrative issues which come up at the beginning, provide you with translating assistance and help you with anything else that you need. We will do everything to make your stay as pleasant as possible for you.  
Job Description In 1992, Paul Schockemöhle, a successful businessman and former European Show Jumping Champion, purchased a large site in the expanses of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania. On no less than 3,000 hectares of land in the heart of the protected landscape of the Lewitz, a centre for modern horse breeding which accommodates 4,000 horses and is unparalleled in Europe has emerged over the years. Around 250 employees look after the well-being of the horses, which are kept in spacious stables and in speciesappropriate herds in the expanses of the Lewitz. The riding stables entrusted with training the horses are three geographically separated farmsteads under a common organisational umbrella. At each of the individual sites, site managers look after the training of the horses with their teams. A jumping horse trained on the Lewitz stud runs through all three stations chronologically. The “Stern-Buchholz” site is outside the gates of the state capital Schwerin. The team headed by Birgit Brandsätter and Paulo Castro here is responsible for breaking in all the horses, as well as for the further training of the dressage horses and the preparation of the colts for licensing. Please notice that applicants from non-EU countries must have a work permit or EU passport for working in Germany.   Accommodation details The stud’s own apartments, modern and practically furnished, give you affordable living space near your place of work and make it easier for you to form and strengthen social relationships even after you finish work. On request, you will be served breakfast and lunch in the stud’s own canteens.   Benefits Of course, we will help you with all the administrative issues which come up at the beginning, provide you with translating assistance during doctor’s visits if necessary and help you with anything else that you need. We will do everything to make your stay as pleasant as possible for you.  
Job Description Farm/Stable-Worker   The Paul Schockemöhle Pferdehaltung GmbH has created a remarkable centre of modern horse breeding in the last few years. At present, as many as 3,500 horses are the pride of the Lewitz stud, and 750 foals are born each year. We are looking for people willing to work with our horses. The job include a variety of different tasks, from assisting veterinarians and blacksmiths while treating the horses to maintaining our facilities. Experience with young horses would be an advantage. We`re looking for hard working, competent people. We offer you an accommodation (single or double rooms) and meals on the yard. Rooms cost around 190 € per month, including electricity and water, breakfast and lunch around 152 € per month. Your salary will reflect your own particular skills. The basic starting salary is 1792,86 € monthly before tax, which will depend on your age and skills, and vary between approximately 350 € to 400 €. The stud will finance your safety boots and insurance fees. Come and visit us for a 3 days work trial. If your skills meet our requirements we can definitely offer you immediate employment, so remember to bring along everything you might need for a longer stay. Of course, we will help you with all administrative issues, which come up at the beginning, provide you with translating assistance during doctor`s visits if necessary and help you with anything else that you need. Very important: if you are no EU-citizens, you need a valid work visa for Germany! Minimum Requirements horse experience   Accommodation details We offer you accommodation (single or double rooms) and meals on the yard. Rooms cost around 190 € per month, including electricity and water, breakfast and lunch around 152 € per month.  
Job Description In 1992, Paul Schockemöhle, a successful businessman and former European Show Jumping Champion, purchased a large site in the expanses of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania. On no less than 3,000 hectares of land in the heart of the protected landscape of the Lewitz, a centre for modern horse breeding which accommodates 4,000 horses and is unparalleled in Europe has emerged over the years. Around 250 employees look after the well-being of the horses, which are kept in spacious stables and in speciesappropriate herds in the expanses of the Lewitz. As a groom or rider at one of the three riding stables, you are responsible for the training and care of the horses bred by Paul Schockemöhle. Many horses which will later cause a sensation in top level sport go through our hands. The daily routine gives you the opportunity to gather a lot of experiences and impressions in every respect. The fact that a renowned trainer is always available to support you will particularly help you with your personal development. The riding stables entrusted with training the horses are three geographically separated farmsteads under a common organisational umbrella. At each of the individual sites, site managers look after the training of the horses with their teams. A jumping horse trained on the Lewitz stud runs through all three stations chronologically. The second station for training a Lewitz jumping horse, the “Rustica”, is located in the immediate vicinity of the main stud. Under the management of Janek and Melanie Hucz, the young horses take their first jumps under a saddle here. Please notice that, if you are no EU-citizens you need a valid work visa for Germany.  
*Dog welcomed *Own horse considered *Flexible accommodation options (shared/with partner/sole) *Fair remuneration Business man and former European Champion has set up an amazing centre of modern horse breeding “unique” in Europe. The facilities comprise 3,000 hectare (30,000,000 sqm)land in total,spacious stables,large run-in stables and horse-appropriate group-housing for the approx. 4000 horses. A constantly progressing health management and the stud-owned vet clinic provide the perfect care for the horses.These are best prerequisites to guarantee breeding and training at the highest possible professional level. Almost 200 employees, among them 14 vets, are work around the clock for the benefit of the animals and ensure perfect conditions for the approx. 700 foals that are born every year. As a groom at one of the three riding stables, you are responsible for the training and care of the horses bred by Paul Schockemöhle. Many horses which will later cause a sensation in top level sport go through our hands. The daily routine gives you the opportunity to gather a lot of experiences and impressions in every respect. Please notice that applicants from non-EU countries must have a work permit or EU passport for working in Germany.
Job Description In 1992, Paul Schockemöhle, a successful businessman and former European Show Jumping Champion, purchased a large site in the expanses of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania. On no less than 3,000 hectares of land in the heart of the protected landscape of the Lewitz, a centre for modern horse breeding which accommodates 4,000 horses and is unparalleled in Europe has emerged over the years. Around 250 employees look after the well-being of the horses, which are kept in spacious stables and in speciesappropriate herds in the expanses of the Lewitz. Must hold a standard driver’s license, and a tractor license would be a bonus. Able to drive a Radlader and show ability to recognize when ‘odd-jobs’ need doing. Please note that we are a specialized training stables and work only with young horses, some experience with horses would be useful but not essential. You will be required to complete general handyman tasks around the yard, keeping the premises clean and tidy. Being able to step in and help when needed and occasionally. If you are no EU-citizens, you must have a valid work visa for working in Germany.   Accommodation details The stud’s own apartments, modern and practically furnished, give you affordable living space near your place of work and make it easier for you to form and strengthen social relationships even after you finish work. On request, you will be served breakfast and lunch in the stud’s own canteens.   Benefits Of course, we will help you with all the administrative issues which come up at the beginning, provide you with translating assistance during doctor’s visits if necessary and help you with anything else that you need. We will do everything to make your stay as pleasant as possible for you.  
Job Description Jumping / Dealing stable We are looking for a jumping rider for our sales stable in the Lewitz. Your mainwork will be riding and a little stable work (feeding) together with your team. Showing young quality horses to our customers, under the saddle or in free jumping, is also one of your tasks.   If necessary you get help from our trainer and you gain a lot of experience in jumping. We offer regulated working hourses ( 8.00-17.00) and  the possibility to get breakfast and lunch at our farm. Our modern equipped accomodations we offer at a reduced rental price.   If you`re a cheerful and nice person, reliable and tidy, able to do a good flat work and you have experience in jumping, than we look forward to you! Minimum Requirements experience in  jumping young horses   Accommodation details You will be offered accommodation (single or double rooms) each equipped with a private shower, and in each house you find a washing machine and a dryer.There is free internet in the rooms. Rooms cost around 190 € per month, including electricity and water, breakfast and lunch around 156 € per month. Of cource, we will help you with all the administrative issues which come up at the beginning. Provide you with translating assistance during the doctor`s visits if necessary and help you with anything else that you need.   Benefits    
  *Top Remuneration IRO £20-£26k according to experience*Annual bonus *Private healthcare * 2-bed apartment *Partner welcomed *Pets welcomed   Successful commercial, boutique stud 7 miles from Newbury, with a good track record and much success at yearling sales, etc. has a great career opportunity for someone currently at the level or ready to step up.   This is a position that would suit someone with ambition as owners are commercially minded and run their operation as such.   Willing and able to work under an experienced Stud Manager, you should be capable of covering the Stud Manager’s days off and holidays. All the usual skills are required working alongside a small but capable team of professionals.   🙂 We have placed previous staff who have been in this position for very good periods of time, so this would demonstrate a rewarding and happy environment.🙂   Please contact Caroline & The Grooms List Team on 0203 006 5730 or email caroline@carolinecarterrecruitment.com If you feel you are ready for that next move and interested in a totally confidential discussion then please do contact Caroline and the Team on 0203 006 5730 or email with a full CV to caroline@carolinecarterrecruitment.com  
*Fair & legal wage plus foc accomm/Horse livery *Own horse (gelding) *Dog welcome. *Rides at P2P available to the right jockey 😉 Beautiful family Estate situated 5 miles west of Morpeth is looking for an experienced Team Groom to help provide top level care for beloved hunters and pointers. Must be a confident Rider, happy with faster work and riding short – happy to handle and exercise young fit TB’s. Must be reliable and responsible with a can-do attitude Must be able to turn out to high standard Previous experience in a similar role desirable A driving license is essential due to rural location Accommodation details A spacious 1-2 bedroom flat with biomass heating (so lovely and warm) is included. Only bill is electricity which we are told is a very low bill and £40 pcm rates contribution Benefits Own horse (gelding), dog are welcome 🙂 Caroline’s comments 🙂 This is a fabulous opportunity to work on a friendly, family yard in a beautiful estate setting. Great remuneration package and lovely, homely accommodation. This would be a great long term position for someone. January 2021 start but would consider sooner if required. Please contact Caroline & the Team on 0203006 5730 or email caroline@carolinecarterrecruitment.com

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