Got some mail from the Equestrian Federation of Australia the other day for those enrolled in their Level 1. Now I’ve been really slack and not read over it yet but thought I’d post an ad that came with it. This is the sort of situation that I’d take up if I wasn’t doing seasonal work! Maybe those interested in competing/teaching should consider possibilities like this:
Provided with shared accommodation and pool on 26 acre Equestrian based property; paddock agistment for 1 horse; 3 lessons a week; attendance at workshops for Introductory/Level One Coach trainees – conducted by resident Coach Educator – all for the price of a normal rental.
Other possibilities include – transport to local competitions; educated horses to learn on; experience in coaching, grooming at shows, etc; help in work placement.
ALL available on flexible part time basis (for those of you in full/part time employment or studying).
Candidates NEED – no previous experience in industry; just keen to learn and a love of horses. Where could you go wrong? Location – Hawkesbury, NSW, Australia.
Contact – Sally-Ann Barbera firstname.lastname@example.org (not sure if this should be horsEwise@acay.com.au – but copied from Ad I received).
“You Know You’re A Horse Person When… trying to calm down a baby, you start crooning ‘Whoa, now, easy.'”