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Horsey Careers

Discussion in 'Horse Chat' started by GoldenShadow, Jul 19, 2009.

  1. GoldenShadow

    GoldenShadow PetForums VIP

    Jun 15, 2009
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    OK, so I mean a career here as oppoed to a job kind of thing. I know I could be an instructor etc but I am a go getter and one of those determined to get to the best there is, but I'm not arrogant or anything about it!! I've thought and researched into physio, but its too long a route and too risky for me to do it to the standard I would desire. An equine vet salary etc isn't always great and it takes a long time to get there too...

    Any ideas of other things to do with horses that are more challenging and take a lot of work, but kind of you build up from being there as opposed to from 7+ years training?

    I decided a while ago it was have horses or work with them, and I think I may be more inclined to work with them than have my own, or at least not until later on in life, as much as I don't like it!!
  2. Horsesport

    Horsesport PetForums Newbie

    Jul 28, 2009
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    Well there are lots of different careers that involve horses....

    One of our advertisers is into Sports Equine massage.....Kate is great and could give you some pointers...

    Flight Equine

    Or what about working with one of the charities with rescue Horses...I would love to be able to help rescue a poorly treated horse and watch it grow and become healthy again....but guess it would be heartbreaking too

    Horse Rescue Charity

    Hope this helps..

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