Skilled rider for horse parade at Ordos Horse Festival in China from 15th Aug to 9th Oct 2011
We need riders: 1. 2 or 3 years riding experience or equivalent riding skill that could handle horses in crowd 2. Could best represent his/her country with culture understanding. We need riders bring his/her own national dress. 3. Bring his/her own saddle
Company will offer: 1. Round trip flight 2. Accommodation and food 3. Horses 4. $100/day based on working days from 15th Aug to 9th Oct. Other conditions are negotiable
This is the best opportunity for people enjoying exotic Asian culture and exchanging horse experience.
If you are interested in, please send me 1. a photo 2. riding experience 3. height and body size for T-shirt
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Sounds very sketchy. Id be careful, also China has NO animal protection laws and is known for human rights violations. They are known for horrific treatment of livestock and animals and slighly better treatment of people. I'll pass thank you! =p
This looks like a variant on those 'come teach English for a few months' deals, so be careful folks. some of the English teacher jobs were legit jobs well run by the host company, some were legit jobs very poorly run, some the companies gyp the daylights out of the teachers, and some are nightmares.
Some are just 'send us visa cost' scams.
You would have to do a lot of due diligence before accepting one of these, and not just about if they have some clue about horses. Could be a good thing, but could also be a very not good thing.
i'd go if i weren't scared of the potential for witnessing horrific animal treatment.
let's see 100 per day for what, fifty days? wonder what the taxes will be on that?
hey clanter, does luke see animal or human rights abuses?