Stable management including mucking out, grooming, tacking up horses to be ridden, cleaning tack, washing horses off, clipping, feeding, turning out, prepping before hunting/competitions. Horse training: Braking youngsters, training youngsters, etc.
I started horse riding when I was 6 years old and never stopped since then. It began with my first years at a very good riding school in Germany, before I got my first own horse. I started to compete in Dressage and Show Jumping competitions and achieved a few equine related certificates and qualifications (German ones, but they can easily be translated to the British ones). I worked at different studs and riding schools as a groom, instructor for adults and children as well as horse trainer. I gained a lot of experience with young horses and how to train them. I also tried out Hunting, eventing, working equetation as well as riding as thought by the Philippe Karl, the founder of the School of Légérté (Lightness).
I successfully competed in many national and international dressage and show jumping competitions. From very easy ones (mainly with young or client's horses) to high level dressage (FEI-level) competitions.
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