You could apply at local stables, but note that the work is physically demanding and there's usually a great deal of competition for places.
Contact local stables and tell them you are interested.
Most stables will start an inexperienced person out as a stable cleaner, and work their way up to feeding, handling, grooming, and after extensive lessons, then training.
One needs to be calm, confident, and friendly when working with horses as they can sense your emotions and react to them.
and also u can look on a site called YARD AND GROOM there are hundreds of jobs on there from just a normal stable hand or stud hand which is the breeding side of it all and stable hand is more along the lines of the racing industry.
yes your son can get a job working with horses.
You can always volunteer at a stables near you.
That is called "therapeutic riding".
Yes, shires are very hard working horses.
Unfortunately there are not that many jobs regarding working with horses - at least no high paying ones. One option might be a so-called physical therapist specially trained on horses.
Contact farms in your area, look in the classifieds, yellow pages under farms
I am a 12 year old i have 5 horses, Almost any age you can work with horses 12 yr can work with horses by them selfs if experienced if not maybe an experienced adult working with them too.
be a vet only for horses or be a jockey
No you can not get genital warts from a job working in sewers.
you work for horses dah
horses foam after they have eaten and are working hard. if they are working hard while riding chances are that they have been on the bit and they have a soft suttle flection in their mouth
put some horse food into a bucket after the horses work has finished the best food to feed working horses is baileys golden chaff mixed with some speedy beat and baileys horse and pony cubes which is being made for working horses. and put anything else you need in your horses feed.
Yes they are one of the best working horse breeds.
The main job of a stallion is to breed mares. But there are many of them that do have work to do. Some are show horses, race horses, working cattle, pulling carriages and many other jobs. Most stallions are actually happier when they have something to do with their time.
they are the male horses tand they are the ones that make quality bred horses
Today Morgan horses are ore commonly show horses, But some people do use them for driving, or working.
Different things. Working, fun,
Saddle horses, sports and working, such as cutting cowes.
Yes. They can be therapy horses, lesson horses, competition horses, ranch horses (like working cattle, etc), plow horses, police horses, and a few other jobs that I cant think of off the top of my head.
You will be working in group practices frequently, you will be working on the job with a various of other workers. You will be working in a Sterile Environment.
A group of tissue working together to do a job is called an organ.
Before plows, farm horses would pull a plow like-device to help with crops. Nowadays, farm horses are used as horses to ride, like schooling horses
Yes because they are bred to be working horses while the others are mainly riding
you can find a job working with animals if you are a vetrinarian.when im older i want to be a vetrinarian!