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Horse Careers

Q: My son is interested in becoming a farrier. How can he find a school or apprenticeship program where he can learn the trade? A: The American Farriers' Association, which offers its own certification program, is the best place to...
In the past, up-and-coming horse trainers, breeders and riding instructors learned their trade either through family involvement in the industry, or by apprenticing with experienced horsemen. Today, more and more aspiring equine industry professionals understand the value of post-secondary education and...
Christina Handley's Belgian photos were featured in the December 2008 issue of Horse Illustrated.Equine photographer Christina Handley has launched an online photography school with Virginia native Laura Cotterman at www.learntotakephotos.com. The online photography courses are targeted for equine and outdoor...

Barn Basics

Are you looking for a way to earn some extra money? Becoming a part-time groom for a riding stable or professional trainer might be one way to help support your horse habit. Though you won’t get rich, you will...

A True Cowgirl Artist

If a picture...
The Race For Education is an organization that enables children of low-income horse-industry families, as well as children who want to pursue a horse-related career, to obtain a college degree by providing various methods of support, including financial aid....
UPDATE: Since the original publication of this article, the military stable at Fort Bragg has been closed and the horses sold. Read more >> Original Article: Although the glory days of the United States Cavalry are long gone, horses still...

Equestrian Careers

With the equine industry growing by leaps and bounds every year, more career opportunities are available to jobseekers than ever before. Opportunities found in traditional career paths—trainers, instructors, farriers and veterinarians—have increased, but jobs usually found in the non-horsey...
The hours are long, the weather doesn't always cooperate, and some clients don't pay. Yet for those dedicated to the profession of veterinary medicine, the rewards of saving a life and helping an animal heal make up for any...
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