- GMFJ Reference
40.00 per week
- Date Posted
- Start Date
Now Taking Applications
- Opportunity Type
Intermediate Level 2
Description of Opportunity
We are a showjumping stud, Nash
Court Stud, breeding around 5 foals each year, and producing them through
to 1.40 level. The role will entail being responsible for the same 5 horses
Due to the nature of a stud, we can offer a broad spectrum of the industry, from foals through to stallions standing at sutd.We can offer a fabulous working environment on a beautiful yard, with a friendly team of tea and biscuit addicts! There is also an opportunity to travel to high profile shows
The team is great at working together to achieve the daily jobs, and making sure everything is done on time at the end of the day whilst having a laugh.
The job will entail but is not limited too:
*mucking out 5 boxes
*assisting with looking after the welfare of 5 well behaved fit competition horses
*assisting with tacking up, untacking and washing off
*assisting with putting horses on and off the walker
*Keeping the yard clean and tidy
*abiding by health and safety regulations
*assisting with bathing horses ready for shows
*lots of hands on time with the horses
Yard hours are 8am to 5pm (& we are actually done at 5!!), we stop for a cup of tea in the morning and then stop again for lunch. The yard is easy to work on, a lot is undercover, and everything is set up to be as easy as this job can be.
Paid holidays, PAYE and contracts through Equestrian Employers
Key requirements are:
*Willingness to learn
*Understanding of basic horse care
*Reliable and responsible
We can offer either level 2 or level apprenticeships, but for ridden roles you will need your own horse to be trained on.
We are happy for well behaved dogs to be on the yard. Possibility for live in. You do need to be able to drive due to rural location, we aren't on a bus route. Same days each week, 4 or 5 day week.
To apply please send your CV to email@example.com
For more information about this vacancy please contact Haddon Training Ltd on 01672 519977 (Ref ID: 155566)
- Understanding of basic horse care
- Reliable and responsible
- Team player who enjoys working with others
- organised and tidy
GCSE Level 4/ Grade C in Maths and English or equivalent.
Contact Haddon Training to discuss if not yet achieved - Must be able to work towards Level 1 or higher in Functional Skills Maths and English
Supported by Haddon Training
- Motivated with a willingness to learn
- Hard working
- Positive and proactive
Possibility of progression to Level 3 advanced apprenticeship - senior equine groom on completion of level 2 or a full time position.
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