Thinking about a career in the horse industry? Looking to gain as much horse knowledge and training as possible? Internships are a great opportunity for that!
What are internships? Internships are a lot of hard work with a lot of fun added in as well. Full time interns help with chores around the barn, prepare horses for the trainer to ride, help with the vet and farrier, and various other chores that come up.
What will you learn? How to manage and run a large boarding facility, how to interact with clients, how to manage horse care and more. Interns also receive riding instruction, have the opportunity to ride and school a variety of horses, learn good ground work practices, and learn the art of liberty training.
Internships are designed for those willing to put in a lot of time in order to learn a lot. It's long hours and lots of work. But there's a lot of reward as well! We work hard for sure, but we try to have as much fun as possible too!
Contact Allison Whisler at email@example.com for more information about an internship. Internships start on a trial basis.
Not everybody has the time to devote to becoming an intern. What's the next best thing? Volunteering! Volunteers get to come out and spend time in a horse environment and soak up that horse atmosphere. Chores include setting up AM & PM grain, filling water buckets and occasionally bringing the lesson horses in (based on experience). Because volunteering is not the same work requirement as internships, riding time is not guaranteed. If you don't have the time to devote to an internship and want riding time, check out our riding lessons!