Level 3 BTEC in Horse Management and Equitation Mental Health First Aider
Work on a yard of 60 horses, turn out and bring in, muck out 13 stables, sweep, tidy, waters, haynets, feeds, check horses for injury and wellbeing, extras include exercising horses for clients, either groundwork such as lunging or ridden work.
I have worked individually on a small livery yard of 20 horses, 10 on full livery and 10 on grass livery. I made feeds, turned out the 10 full livery horses, mucked out all stables, swept/tidied the yard, cleaned all feed buckets, filled all water buckets and hay nets ready for bringing in on an afternoon, check the 10 grass livery horses in the field, pick out feet and check all horses were healthy. I went to Hartpury College to study a Level 3 BTEC in Horse Management and Equitation. As a pupil I worked on the College yard once a week and various weekends and worked in the running of various shows and events held at the college. I gained experience being in a busy environment as there was stabling for 280 horses, equine veterinary and therapy centre, including aqua-fit and high speed treadmills and a solarium. I now work on a livery yard of 60 horses all that are on full livery and take care of 3 horses on a private yard including exercising, prepping for competitions etc
My main passion is predominately dressage I also have experience in using parelli and natural horsemanship, using it to promote both ground and ridden work.
I predominantly ride on the flat as dressage is my main passion but i also jump up to heights of approx 1m (can't go any higher on my own horse) both in a show jumping and cross country setting. I also hack out on roads, tracks and fields.
I have competed at; Novice Dressage and Pony Club Open Dressage. Unaffiliated Show Jumping up to 1.10m Evented with Pony Club Currently I cannot compete my horse as he is injured.
Number of non-attendances (no shows) to job interviews: 0
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Number of Leaving without Notice: 0