Have previously worked in horse yards, racing and general.
Very good at handling horses, especially those that are scared, timid, hard to handle etc
One example: - At Veterinary School I demonstrated this by befriending a horse no one else had. Hospitalized for daily wound care he needed sedating every day. He had a head collar and lead rope on at all times so people could grab he and sedate him. Within half and hour of meeting this horse I had groomed him from head to tail, and he was calmly eating his hay.I took his head collar off the first day. During the week I groomed and bathed him and got rid of all his rain scald. By the end of the week he didn't need any sedation for his wound care.
Qualified Vet, wanting a long term break from the Veterinary world.
Last post was emergency night work.
I able able to remain calm and focused during emergencies, multi task, prioritise and direct others in the face of several emergencies arriving at the same time.
Pragmatic approach to tasks.
Type of Ride Work
General hacking out riding.
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