What jobs are there with horses?
* groom * horse-riding instructer * vet * horse behaviorist * artist (get to draw horses)
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.
There are many jobs in horses you can be a policewoman/man, dentist, instructor, farrier and there are some more.
Yes, horses have jobs, it can be anything from being a sport horse and competing to being a farm horse and pulling a plow.
yes they can
There are many jobs that include horses from care and maintenance to breaking and riding. Some of these jobs are farrier, veterinarian, horse trainer, riding instructor and many others.
petting them, riding them, and grooming them
you can get money of a horses, but to answer that question is easy : you get on the horses back and ride it for transportation. and if you ride it you wont be late for work
the horses pulled carts for people. and they helped people get places faster
Many jobs! Driving/Pulling carriages/carts Competing in shows Companion (being a friend to another horse or animal) Polo pony Racehorse Competing in rodeos Breeding (but horses shouldn't be bred! too many homeless horses!)
you could be a groom, a trainer, a jockey, a vet, a farrier... there are a lot of jobs that allow you to work with horses.
There are countless jobs that involve horses. Some examples are: horse trainers riding instructors stable hands (mucking stalls, feeding horses, cleaning tack, etc.) vets police sometimes jockeys jumping in competitions farriers (someone who shoes horses) rodeo workers There are others, but those are a couple of them.
mounted police therapy horses livestock and ranch work farrier veterinarian coach, wagon and buggy transportation race horses
police helpers help ranches stay open
If they are in the wild they have no job but to eat and be happy.
Quarter Mile Racing, Barrel racing and other sports, rounding up cattle, various ranch jobs
Hinton's first writing efforts focused on horses.
A lot of things. Mostly taking care of the property and horses. Basic jobs: -Feeding and watering -Mucking out -Turning horses out -Fixing things -Sweeping/ Cleaning -Bathing horses -Grooming -Tacking/untacking -Cleaning -Lunging horses
Realistically while a hose can play a role it can not have a Job. Jobs - which require the employee to take responsibility for some actions) are for humans.
Well, after machinery took over horses jobs, there were still people who loved horses, so while they were no longer of much use, they could still be nice pets, simply there for the owner's enjoyment.
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.
I don't think theres a job were you can paid for an horse but if you have past experience with horses try horse training.
You could muck out the stalls for horses. You could get the eggs from the hens and feed them and the chickens.
car wash lookiing after pets work with horses paper round
killing horses and other animals
mainly pulling carts and plows, but they sometimes were taken into war.
Well there were many various jobs. Like blacksmith, stable worker (worked with horses), messenger, they also had chefs in the 15th century.
they had jobs like .. looking after travellers horses. growing crops for the lords and them self's making wine for the lords. they were the type of jobs monks had to do in Tudor times!
Most of the horses were used for infantry and cavalry mounts as logistical support. By 1916 the US Cavary had 15,424 members in 15 regiments.
horse riding, cleaning out stables and their pens, brooming the horses, training the horses, giving them drink, feeding them, checking for flees and ticks etc, grooming and brushing them, giving them health checks and being a horse vet.
Feeding and watering. Mucking out (removing horse dung). Laying down fresh bedding. Rubbing down and curry combing the horses. Walking the horses outside looking for medical problems, and so much more.
You get eq's on howrse by a lot of things. selling horses, jobs, selling things at the shop...ect
making gold trinkets, boots, clothing, cleaning cars, or feeding horses
They are accountants and good beauticians although you would not have guessed because of their horsey like resemblance.
Become a farrier. Not much competition. An exacting profession. Self employed business
vet riding instructor dentist professional rider groom for professional rider
Pony walking, Im 13 and i do it
Carriage driving/cart driving Olympic sport Eventing(if you call that a job) Riding school .........
The Mustangs that are rounded up and adopted by humans have different jobs. Just like domestic horses they can be trained for many different types of riding. For wild Mustangs, their purpose is to just be free.
Many horses are not used for many things these days, other than the joy of riding. Horses used to be used all the time to pull wagons and carriage's they would also pull machines in the crops to help grow them. they were also important means of transportation.
Think of a world without horses! If there whereby horses, we won't have cars! Now that we have cars, we continue to use horses anyways for sprite reasons. Of corse different breeds have different jobs Draft horses pull carriages and barges Thurobreds are rasehorses as are saddle breds Quarter horses are used in rodeos and by cow boys because they are good at edging And Shetland ponies And fellabellas pull small carts! There Are many… Read More
The jobs on a ranch is breaking horses, keeping birds away from your supply of food, making sure that your animals(and you) are well fed and protecting your chickens and other animals from predators that are most likely going to invade your property.
The horsey life style can be one of a rewarding and worthwhile jobs. However, it's not an easy thing to get payed for, -Start of being around horses, get used to them and earn experience -Become a stable hand or a groom -Attend a few courses about Horse management at the nearest farm -Once you've got enough knowledge after a few years of this, see if you can observe and equine vet for a day… Read More
Horses do little that we could not do without. They are more of apleasure animal than a nessesity. They play a small part in the economy, and they do have a few jobs that they would be missed in, like the mounted police and therapy horses (both of which aren't super common anyways), but they can be replaced with other things.
Sad to say but for a new trainer it is very hard. Especially if you aren't training in a disipline or showing. Most trainers don't work for anyone, they board horses at a facility for training. You can post ads in newspapers, magazines, and online. Some arenas do offer positions for training but these are often under other trainers and it can be very hard to establish yourself If you are showing your own horses… Read More
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.
Horse riding instructor Stable hand Groom Jockey Show jumper Vet? probably more as well hope it helped :)
St Simon is part of the "Great Race Horses Collection" and can be gotten by doing jobs on the "Consigliere Job Tier"
they are livestock dogs witch means they work Cattle (Cows)horses,Sheep or any other farm animals
They make money by shop or hotel jobs or helping around a farm. They also trade in horses and scrap metal (I think)
Nobody knwos, it is not documented anywhere. The speculation is that he started out doing menial jobs around the theatre like holding the horses.