I know I posted a similar thread back in September and got TONS of help from it. I had a great position at a very small place helping with the horses but was unable to really break into a steady job due to my school schedule.
Now that school is over and I am free to get something to help pay the bills, I am thinking of ways to do that. I tried applying through the UK internship people, but really did not get much help there. I have sent my resume to quite a few farms today, but do you think it may be better to go in person? I don't want to just waltz in unwelcomed anywhere. Is it out of line to call up the farms and try to get in touch that way?
Also I have become pretty familiar with the trainers at Victory Haven through listing CANTER horses there, so I amy try that route tomorrow. I worked for 2 farms for the sales but they are not looking for extra help right now.
Any help is GREATLY appreciated. I have no issue doing barn work, sales prep, galloping, or anything in between. So just about any work on a farm will do Im just not sure where to start.
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