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Get into Dressage to Music

Get into Dressage to Music

Get into Dressage to Music - Alanna Clarke and Van HalenIf one of your Year New’s Resolutions is to get into Dressage to Music, this blog is very timely!¬† Grab that mince pie and your mulled wine and settle down for some really useful hints and tips…

Alanna Clarke is a 16 year old British Dressage Youth rider, equestrian vlogger and equestrian blogger based in South Yorkshire. Alanna does regular monthly vlogs for PONY! Magazine readers and ad hoc info vlogs for British Dressage Northern Region and Trailblazers Championships.  Alanna competes in British Dressage with the handsome Van Halen II, a KWPN gelding and her bay mare, Katrina. After competing just a handful of times they were selected to represent their region at the U25 Sheepgate Championships, finishing on an individual and team podium!  Alanna and Van Halen have qualified for Winter Regionals at Novice and Pet Plan Area Festivals 2019 at Elementary Level.

As well as competing, Alanna spends a lot of time working in promotion with brands such as Equerry Feeds, Gatehouse Hats, Equiclass Boots and more.  Alanna hosts the very popular #HorseChatHour on Twitter at 8pm on Thursday evenings, which has nearly 20,000 followers.

Here Alanna shares some insight into riding dressage to music. Whether you’re new to dressage and fancy a dabble, or a seasoned dressage competitor who’s interested to get into dressage to music, here are some great pointers to help you get started.

 


Dancing to Music

by Alanna Clarke

Ever wonder how to get started in dressage to music? I took part in an Equivisions Dressage to Music clinic at Bishop Burton College and afterwards¬†couldn’t wait to get out out competing! But if you can’t find a dressage to music clinic near you or you’re unable to get your horse there, it’s quite possible to devise your own music and floor plan at home. If you’re curious to get into dressage to music, it’s well worth having a go!

 

Attending a clinic

Get into Dressage to Music by Alanna Clarke

The night before I had spent ages getting my horse, Katrina, clean and shiny. I was so excited about the clinic. I’d already had an email asking me to tell them about which level we were competing at, which movements suited Katrina best and where she was weaker.  This was so that they could prepare a floor plan to suit us.  The email also asked me to think about what music I liked and thought would suit Katrina.

The day came and I wanted to look smart and comfortable so I wore my nice boots and my lovely pair of Tottie Maven knee grip breeches.  After a long drive we arrived at Bishop Burton College with time to spare, and made our way to the international arena.  It was quite daunting and poor Katrina, who barely copes with the judge at C, was forced to face five judge’s boxes as the arena was set up for a big para competition the next day. This was going to be fun!

First, Steph went through the test that she’d already planned for us, telling me where to go and different ways I could change it in the arena if it all goes wrong. I was completely lost of course, as we all know I can get lost in my own bedroom anyway but it was really interesting to talk through all the tips for avoiding a spook or making it less noticeable in the test by just knowing your music inside out and moving movements up or down the arena.

We just hacked through the test first, and this was when Katrina decided to throw some shapes, spooking at judges stands, markers, the gate, it was all a bit hectic really, she does make me laugh!

The second time we went through the test we were timed to see how long everything took for how long the music needed to be. This time Katrina improved massively, and her medium canter felt amazing. ¬†We haven’t quite got the hang of the counter canter as she kept changing leg but it got to a point where it was simply funny!

Finally, it was time to video the test to match the actual movements within the test to the music. It was going really well, I’d done my best to de-spookify Katrina but just as we cantered past the entrance someone walked right into the arena! Of course Katrina didn‚Äôt hold with that! However like a trooper she carried on, completely bossing the more difficult parts.

The ridden part of the clinic over, we made Katrina comfortable with some hay and Chloe, our driver, kindly stayed with her while we went to the office which was set up to play the video and choose music to match. I’d already decided that I wanted something fun, I wanted to make people smile and enjoy it with me.  Lots of riders use classical, and I was worried pop would go out of fashion, so I chatted about my idea with Julie who really took it on board and added some really fabulous suggestions of her own. The beginning is epic, and it only got better with Julie’s ideas, leading to an equally awesome end!  

 

Making up your own music and floor plan

What you’ll need:

  • A video camera and/or someone to video you riding
  • A CD or MP3 player with speaker
  • A marked out dressage arena (jump poles or guttering pipes will do as boards)
  • If you wish to compete or display publicly you’ll also need a “music licence”, which is easy to get.

 

Choosing your music:

Get into Dressage to Music - Alanna Clarke - British Dressage and PPLFirstly, you need find music that fits not only your horse’s paces, but also him/her personally.

  • Big booming music won’t suit a fine, light-footed horse, and may even make it appear heavier in it’s movement.
  • Light, skippy music won’t suit a heavier cob with a workmanlike way of going.
  • Dressage judges don’t tend to like music with vocals as the general consensus is that it detracts from the overall performance/image of the horse. Your horse is the star of the performance, not P!nk, Take That or Michael Buble! 😉 Karaoke soundtracks can be a convenient way of finding more modern music without vocals.
  • You’ll need to assess if the rhythm of the music matches your horse’s rhythm at the intended pace. This is easiest to do by watching his/her hind leg footfalls – each footfall should land on the beat of the music.

If you wish to compete or perform in a display you will need a “music licence” to play your copied and edited music publicly. If you send your music away to a specialist company to edit into the finish product, a music licence should be included (always double check this), but it is easy to get your own music licence through British Dressage. What you’ll need:

  • At least a ¬£30 British Dressage Club Membership (even if you’re not competing in an affiliated show).
  • Music that is registered with PPL (Phonographic Performance Limited). You can check that your tracks are registered with PPL by typing just the artist and track name into the PPL Repetoir Search Facility here.
  • The forms to complete and send to British Dressage to register your music. You can download these here.

 

Devising a floor plan:

If you wish to compete you can purchase a British Dressage test sheet for the level you wish to compete at, from Preliminary (walk, trot and canter) right up to Grand Prix! The test sheet will tell you all of the required moves for the test and how they are marked.

  • You can purchase individual dressage tests directly from BD here.
  • If you compete at dressage a lot you may find Dressage Diagrams useful – you can even create your Dressage to Music floor plans to print out as a test!
  • Setting up a video camera or getting a friend to film you riding required movements will help you work out a floor plan and set your music to it.

 

Editing your music:

  • You can send your music away to professional companies that will simply edit your music, or devise the whole routine for you too, but this can be costly depending on the company.
  • If you’re a dab hand on a computer you can edit your music yourself using apps like Garage Band on a MacBook or iPad, or an online editor like¬†Soundation on a PC.
  • Your test sheet will tell you the time limits for your music. For example, you might have 20 seconds of entry music > pause for entry salute > 5-6 minutes from moving on from entry salute to final salute. The time allowed is different for each level of dressage as the tests require more movements.

 

Get into Dressage to Music by Alanna Clarke - Riding your routineRiding your routine:

Once you have your routine drafted out you need to ride it through plenty of times and work out where you are in the arena at distinctive bits of music (eg “I’m always right by B when the key changes/the chorus starts/the symbol sounds”). These audible markers throughout your routine will enable you to assess whether you are ahead or behind your music, and will not finish at the right point! If the dressage arena at the show is just 12″ wider or narrower than your arena at home your music will not ride the same, so you’ll need to shave a corner off or take a wider sweep on a non-required, unmarked movement to get you back in the right place at the right time! As with all things, practice makes perfect, and the more you do it the better you’ll get!

 

Top Tips!

Take two CD’s of your music to all your shows/displays, because if one fails you have another as back up. Give both to the show secretary so they have your spare to hand in the worst case scenario.

Don’t forget to collect both your music CDs from the show secretary before you go home! ūüôā

 

I am buzzing with excitement about my music and hope its loads of fun. Sports are so much better if they don’t take themselves too seriously all the time!

 

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Job Description   Location: Wisbech, Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom.   Hours:¬† Monday to Friday, typically 08.30 to 17.00 hrs. although some flexibility with this requirement is possible for the right candidate.   Salary: Competitive and negotiable depending on the experience and quality of the right candidate.   An opportunity to be a Personal Assistant to the Director of a company providing financial advice and other Wealth Management Services to high net worth individuals, businesses, charities and trusts.¬† You will also be required to assist in the day to day management of a number of horses stabled in a private competitive dressage yard. Knowledge, skills and experience: –   Excellent communication skills in both written and verbal English.   You will be numerate.   Able to work with minimal supervision.   Friendly, professional and flexible attitude.   Ability to write client correspondence to a high grammatical standard.   Competent working knowledge of Microsoft Word.   A high degree of comfort and ability in the use of IT in general.   A driving licence.   A level of personal fitness and general health up to the physical demands required by the daily management of 8 horses and their facilities.   Your own, reliable transport.   A liking for or at very least a tolerance of dogs. Responsibilities may include: Responding to client enquiries and supporting the Director in delivering a high standard of client service. Writing grammatically correct and properly constructed client correspondence. Responding efficiently and professionally to incoming calls, emails and correspondence from clients and business partners. Prioritising and organising your own workload and that of the Director when required. Providing effective resolution to incoming queries. Making outbound calls to organise meetings. Updating CRM data. Analysis of data and preparation of financial reports & meeting data packs and materials. Submitting and following-up data access request made to other UK regulated financial services firms as required for client Wealth Management work. Ad-hoc office and administrative duties i.e. organising events, dealing with post, shredding confidential waste etc. Duties connected to meeting Data Protection and other compliance obligations. Mucking out and bedding down up to 8 horses per day. Renewal of water, feeds and hay nets etcetera. Maintenance of the cleanliness and appearance of the stables and other areas of the equine facilities as required. Daily turning out to and collection from grazing. General supervision and action as necessary to protect the health and security of the horses    
Job Description *Option to train * Beautiful off-road riding *Accommodation available *5 Day week *Horse welcomed *FUN!   Looking for experienced and reliable Grooms to join our busy and expanding yard with the option to train . You must be highly motivated and willing to work as part of a team. A teaching and care qualification to minimum of BHS Level 2 is preferred but not essential as on site training can be provided. We are a large BHS approved riding school, livery yard and “Where to Train” centre. We have excellent facilities set in 550 acres of beautiful off-road riding with opportunity to further train and develop . In order to apply for this role you must be confident in handling all types of horses, grooming, tacking up, leading in lessons, mucking out and all aspects of yard work; everyone mucks in and helps each other out. You must be able to ride in a confident and sympathetic way and enjoy teaching children and adults of all abilities in groups and 1:1. Minimum Requirements Enthusiasm Reliability Conscientious ‚ÄĘ Riding ‚ÄĘ Driving license ‚ÄĘ Equine First-Aid ‚ÄĘ Schooling ‚ÄĘ Lunging ‚ÄĘ Bandaging ‚ÄĘ Clipping ‚ÄĘ Teaching ‚ÄĘ Trim/Pull ‚ÄĘ Sole Charge ‚ÄĘ Exercising ‚ÄĘ People Skills Accommodation details On site accommodation may be available but no pets.   Benefits Excellent Working Conditions Professional, fun environment Top class facilities Variation in Role On-going training for BHS exams  
*Up to ¬£25k pa depending on experience * Pets¬† considered*Accommodation available (beautiful location, could suit a couple). Small, boutique stud where everyone pitches in with all duties, is now looking for an experienced and Senior Stud Hand/Assistant manager. There are 20 horses 0n the stud in/out of training etc including mares and followers. The Stud sells colts at sales and race fillies so yearling prep know how important as are good turnout skills. Some foaling experience ideal. Must be able to step up and cover Stud Manager’s days off/holidays. Out of season Stud management/maintenance is a key part of the role so candidates should be happy with all aspects of that and the various items of machinery used including tractors/mowers/hedge-cutters etc. ūüôā Caroline’s comments ūüôā This would be a fab opportunity for an experienced TB Stud Hand who likes working with smaller numbers on a stud able to focus on producing quality stock. Also perfect for someone looking for an opportunity to take that step up and work alongside some very knowledgeable professionals. Please contact Caroline & the Team on 0203 006 5730 or email info@carolinecarterrecruitment.com          
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 ‚Äúfoal watch‚ÄĚ – 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   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‚Äôs 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‚Äôs 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 Schockem√∂hle 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 ‚ā¨ per month, including electricity and water, breakfast and lunch around 152 ‚ā¨ per month. Your salary will reflect your own particular skills. The basic starting salary is 1792,05 monthly before tax, which will depend on your age and skills, and vary between approximately 350 ‚ā¨ to 400 ‚ā¨. 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 ‚ā¨ per month, including electricity and water, breakfast and lunch around 152 ‚ā¨ per month.  
Job Description In 1992, Paul Schockem√∂hle, 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 Schockem√∂hle. 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 ‚ÄúRustica‚ÄĚ, 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.    
*¬£20k pa. * Various options for accommodation*Dog and horse welcomed *Chance to get first aid training and qualifications ūüôā FYI Equestrian life goes on near normal on the Isle of Man with competitions/hunt balls etc still going on – You will be required to self isolate for 2 weeks on arrival but you will be on the payroll during that period and assigned tasks that adhere to this status ūüôā 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 IRO ¬£25k + accomm (Neg.)¬† *Horse and pets considered *Live in or out ¬† Exciting and fun professional yard set up at the end of 2019 and having much success, is now searching for a talented 2nd Rider (for a variety of young and mature thoroughbreds/sports horses) and a Business Manager to work alongside a motivated and successful team, (including a well-known, experienced 4* eventer with a string of notable successes under their belt and who manages the yard day to day). You would need to be experienced and skilled enough to be ‚Äúsecond in command‚Ä̬† balancing the role with all aspects. You will have demonstrable practical skills, energy, enthusiasm and maturity to help in the day to day riding and running of this large, busy yard. Knowing when to step up and when to step back will be important, as will be good communication skills and the ability to work as part of a high energy team. You would need to be able to demonstrate that you are a competent rider (min 5¬† years competitive riding in eventing or showjumping and you may have a variety of experience with young horses, sport horses and thoroughbreds at all levels). This is a unique chance to ride and produce horses at various stages in their careers with the opportunity to compete whilst balancing Business Manager responsibilities. The successful applicant will have both management skills and be tech-savvy enough to¬† deal with the administrative side of equine business, including basic IT/PC skills, accounting software etc. Please contact Caroline & The Team on 0203 006 5730 or email caroline@carolinecarterrecruitment.com ¬†¬†  
Job Description Private family dressage yard looking for an experienced freelance groom to take sole charge 2 days a week. Approximately 5/6 hours a weekend. 5 – 7 horses ranging from Shetland, through retired to young horses and FEI. Looking for someone who has good knowledge and horsemanship skills. The position entails all usual yard, stable and field duties. You should be confident handling all types of horses of any age with the ability to cater for sensitive horses and young horses. This is not a schooling position but confident hacking exercise riding, ground work and lunging may be required. Great new facilities. Looking for a kind, knowledgeable, organised and hardworking person who is flexible, fun, works well with others and has a can do attitude. We have a very busy life both working extensively full time so common sense and previous experience are essential. It will suit someone who is a self starter and takes pride in their work. Must enjoy being around children. Must be able to turn out well and prep for shows/competitions. Must be a driver with own transport as we are not on public transport route, ability to drive 7.5 Ton an advantage. No accommodation.   please do read the description fully, if you do not have transport, dont currently already live within 30 minutes of GU8 4, are a smoker, or have Previous references this is not the role for you. Minimum Requirements   Previous experience of sole charge Accommodation details   None Benefits    
Job Description Yard groom for a busy showing yard in Newport Shropshire hours flexible according to requirements both ways. Minimum Requirements Experience in mucking out and general yard duties. Reliable, hard-working and ability to work to high standards   Accommodation details NONE   Benefits    
Job Description Hunting / Eventing groom required for family (with children¬†aged 10 – 25 years)¬†that regularly hunt with Portman, BV and other hunts and one family member that events during the British Eventing season. ¬† Must be capable of all usual duties to a very high standard, occasional sole charge (although mainly working with Head Groom and other employees), meticulous attention to detail with yard and horse management,¬†HGV would be a bonus.¬†Good people skills and enjoy working with children. Exercising, possible hunting, event groom at times, good turnout, clipping, plaiting. Previous experience is necessary. Hunt horses live out in summer – but some stay in and continue work. Eventing, maintenance work and horse care out of hunt season. QUALIFICATIONS/SKILLS REQUIRED: Previous relevant experience. Longevity in suitable roles. Excellent references. Start date: November 2020 Holidays: Statutory No. of Horses: 12 horses/ponies Accommodation: 1 bed apartment for single occupancy Days/wk:¬† 5 Driver: Yes¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬† Own car: Yes HGV: Bonus Pets: Dog Horse: NO (local yard possible) SALARY PACKAGE & Pay Dates: Negotiable depending on experience. ¬£350 – ¬£420 per week FACILITIES: Horse walker/Excellent hacking/excellent equine facilities.    
¬†One of the world’s most successful show jumpers and trainers is now looking for an experienced Groom/Exercise Rider (optional) to add to his team. As an Olympic gold medallist, dual European champion, triple Hickstead Derby winner who has jumped on over 100 Nations Cup teams and won over 50 major Grand Prix this position requires a professional horse person, someone with prior, demonstrable experience of performance horse grooming to a very high level. Competency handling all ages of high-value horses is essential. The employer’s children are now following in their father’s footsteps showing exceptional talent and skill in pony classes (between them they have won several national titles and championships.) You will need to be comfortable in a professional but family situation knowing when to step up and when to step back. There could be exercise riding involved in the role (possibly more over time), but you will need to be a seriously competent rider. Would consider someone from another discipline but would need to be operating at the level described and willing to make the transition with enthusiasm. The Riders spend 90% of the year on the road at events across Europe and America, climbing the ranks and finding special horses to keep this talented family competing at the top level.¬† The yard trains a talented stable of 10 to 15 horses at any given time at the top level of showjumping sport. The support team at home consists of top grooms and managers ensuring the horses are cared for to the highest standard. Each rider and horse are mentored, trained and has shows planned for the development of the combination. A very exciting team to be a part of but would only suit someone happy to embrace the lifestyle and earn their part in the team for this top-level facility. Entirely dependent on experience but competitive and will not be a barrier for the right candidate Please contact Caroline & The Team on 0203 006 5730 or email caroline@carolinecarterrecruitment.com
*Training available on the ground from this exceptional horseman and his team *Career opportunity for the switched on Job Seeker 🙂 Great opportunity to develop your career as a Groom in the exciting world of rehabilitation, pre-training and the 3* Event world! Accomplished 3-star level eventer, (competes home and abroad), is looking for someone keen to learn and grow. Ideally, you will have previous experience in this type of environment, however, attitudes and an interest in the sport are more important than heavyweight experience for this particular vacancy. Professional, fun team and a busy inclusive environment. The very best of facilities in a quiet but accessible location. Please call Caroline and The Grooms List team on 0203 006 5730 or¬† email info@carolinecarterrecruitment.com
*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 Schockem√∂hle. 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.
*Dog and own horse considered *Fabulous location and facilities *Opportunity to gain HGV license. Job Description We are looking for a hard working, enthusiastic groom to join our fun and successful team. The right applicant will be required to carry out all daily tasks involved with our horses – ranging from foals to 4*. The role will involve keeping the yard clean and tidy, turning out horses to a high standard, grooming at training/ competition outings, as well as hacking and fitness work. There is the opportunity to gain HGV license. Minimum Requirements Applicants much be confident dealing with big, fit horses and must be able to ride to a good standard. Experience with young horses would be desired but not essential. Full driving licence and car is needed for this job.
*¬£360-¬£450 depending on experience and qualifications plus accommodation & bills *Own horse welcomed *1 Dog welcomed We are looking for an experienced Groom/Exercise Rider to work alongside 3 other members of staff for a 3* event rider in a professional, fun but busy top level event yard. This is a role which would suit a hard-working, professional self-starter who ideally has done the job before and who wishes to excel in a professional eventing environment. You should be capable of both sole charge and teamwork, whichever is required on a day to day basis There are 24 horses in total, 12 of whom are ‚Äėhome‚Äô at the moment. A second farm has the mares, foals and young horses up to two years old. Experience (and interest) with young stock is an asset as the team, most years will back two or three young horses over the winter. The role entails normal stable duties including professional management of competition horses, liaising with vet, farrier, massage and physiotherapy professionals etc. Candidates would be experienced in clipping, trimming, plaiting and turning out for competition, as well as handling fit (though sane!) event horses. There will be travel to events at home and abroad planned when things return to normal so a lorry driver is ideal, although not essential. Accommodation is very nice with a shared kitchen and lounge with en suite bedrooms. Please contact Caroline & The Team on 0203 006 5730 or email info@carolinecarterrecruitment.com
* Negotiable depending on experience but very competitive*Shared accommodation on site(would consider live-out) Experienced stud hand required to work with the rest of the team. This would be during yearling prep initially and then general stud duties after the sales season and is a year-round position, not seasonal. A team approach to typical stud work with associated stud hours ie: sometimes quiet and other times round the clock eg: foaling season. Tractor/lorry driving is welcomed but not essential Mares and foals/young stock/ racehorses all kept and some sales prep required etc. TB experience essential and ideally gained on a thoroughbred stud. Please call Caroline and the Team on 0203 006 5730 or email caroline@carolinecarterrecruitment.com Please note call Caroline & the Team will be ‚Äėscreening‚Äô suitable applicants between 9-2pm . Pls could call us during those times on 0203 006 573. Please make sure your job seeker profile is up to date and that you have a current CV attached. We look forward to speaking with you then about this super opportunity 🙂 C x
Job Description In 1992, Paul Schockem√∂hle, 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‚Äôs license, and a tractor license would be a bonus. Able to drive a Radlader and show ability to recognize when ‚Äėodd-jobs‚Äô 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.   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‚Äôs 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‚Äôs 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.  
*Package totally negotiable for someone with desired skills, experience & qualifications * Various very nice accommodation¬† *HGV essential (26t lorry) & experience of driving 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‚Äôs 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      
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. ūüôā Caroline’s comments ūüôā 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‚Äôs prize money makes millions plus Sandro¬†Hit plus stallions F√ľrstenball, 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 M√ľhlen 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! 🙂 ūüôā Caroline’s comments ūüôā 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  
Job Description In 1992, Paul Schockem√∂hle, 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 ‚ÄúStern-Buchholz‚ÄĚ site is outside the gates of the state capital Schwerin. The team headed by Birgit Brands√§tter 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.   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‚Äôs 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‚Äôs 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.  

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Caroline Carter Recruitment Ltd
The Stables
Fildyke Road
Meppershall
Bedfordshire
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0203 006 5730 / 07747 686 118

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