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As we are developing our new facilities and new programs, we are looking to add people to our team! Our immediate need is someone who can assist with the day-to-day care of the animals, including feed, water, grooming, and pasture management, but we are very open to other skills, such as handyman work, gardening, assistance with tours, etc. While prior horse experience is preferred, it is not necessary at this point. We have an opening for a part-time employee who can cover a few days per week. Pay starts at $16.50/hr with opportunities for advancement. Contact our farm manager Blake at firstname.lastname@example.org (please use a subject relating to jobs) to apply and if you have any other questions.
We have reopened our internship program and are seeking a new working student beginning January 1st, 2023! Check out our Programs page to learn more about our internship programs. We are also open for part or full-time working students that live locally. Please contact us for more information if you are local and interested in working in exchange for lessons!
Classical riding creates an entire subculture within the riding community, and that is reflected in our organization’s core values.
For us, honor is vital. It is a step beyond respect, and it goes for not only the horses but also the people involved. We like to keep a collaborative atmosphere in our work environment, but that only works when everyone cares for each other and for the animals and the land.
Integrity is, for us, a step beyond honesty. Not only is it being honest about one’s doings, but it is also going a step beyond and taking responsibility and watching each other’s backs.
The horses always come first, and this demands a great deal of humility. It doesn’t matter where you came from or who you know: the horses’ needs are the same, and it takes humility for the horses’ caretakers to work as a team. “Humility is not thinking less of yourself but thinking of yourself less.” -C.S. Lewis
While we are serious about what we do, we don’t like to take ourselves too seriously. We do what we do because we love the animals and love the art, and we seek out joy and humor in all circumstances.