We are a small team of three and currently caring for up to 20 horses.
We are now looking for an additional helper for 2 – 3 mornings per week. The work entails … cleaning of 6 yards and 4 stables, feeding, watering and other basic stable/yard duties. It is physically demanding work where a “good enough” attitude is simply not enough.
You will require:
1 good basic horse knowledge and experience
2 excellent attention to detail skills
3 a fit and healthy body
4 a “can do” attitude
5 a realistic understanding of what the work entails
6 good solid common sense
7 a pleasant, polite disposition
8 an awareness and commitment to safety around horses
Wage is above award.
Please submit your resume to email@example.com if you are interested and think you might be a suitable candidate.
Thomas Muehlenbeck – Pferdewirtschaftsmeister, EA Level 3 Dressage Specialist, EA QLD and National Coach of the year 2014, brings his unique and passionate coaching style to the Newcastle area.
Thomas trained as a professional in his field in Germany and after many successful years, decided to relocate to Australia, which has now been his home for the past 18 years. Thomas has the ability to work with all levels of horse/rider combination and has brought countless riders though the levels to Grand Prix.
Thomas has a classical approach to dressage, concentrating on suppleness and harmony and effective communication between horse and rider. If you would like to take your riding to the next level Southern Stars Dressage and Eque-Fitt Australia suggest you consider this clinic.
Open to all riders of all levels and disciplines
** SPECTATORS WELCOME at nominated times **
Clinic Cost: $190.00 per 45min lesson
Clinic venue: Hunter Valley Equestrian Centre, end of M1 Blackhill
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If you have been considering training for a while, why not do so now. We currently have available one place for horse training. (please remember we are always available for horse/rider combo, rider training on our school horse or equine/canine acupuncture sessions)
Training is gentle but assertive and biomechanically correct coming from the angle of the horse, knowledgeable and professional in a safe, stress free environment.
Please contact us to discuss your requirements
For anyone interested in working on ridden posture and improving their “body to horse” communication there are two spots still available in the clinic being held at the Raymond Terrace RDA on Saturday March 28.
If a rider is tight or uneven through their body they can influence their horse to move or act differently without realising.
Your horse may be displaying such things as:
– Holding unnecessary tension through his body
– Moving unevenly in one direction
– Finding bend to one direction difficult
– Difficult to slow down
– Difficult to move forward
– Inconsistent into the contact
– Finding canter transitions difficult
– Not striding correctly in walk, trot and canter
– Carrying his hindquarters to one side
There will also be a qualified equine acupuncture therapist who works in with Tanase at the RDA on the day of the clinic for anyone who would like an assessment or treatment done on their horse.
Tanase at firstname.lastname@example.org or
Deb at email@example.com
What a busy weekend!
Saturday: held a mini Eque-Fitt Aust clinic at our local RDA arena and had a photo session happening at the same time. Saturday evening was preparation time for Southern Gem and Mystic Keisha for Sunday Dressage comp on the central coast.
Southern Gem managed a blue ribbon in his first ever official Medium start today …good boy. However, we had a slight discussion during the second test that did not bode well for a good score. Mystic Keisha’s tests … One was very sweet, the other not so much….. however her scores were quite pleasing – Novice level tests 2nd place 73.35%!!! and 5th 66.89%
Both horses achieved qualifying scores for the larger competitions later in the year. Not bad for the first official comp following the rider’s Baby Break 🙂
Working pupil/horse hand required for FEI dressage rider and Bio mechanics & fitness coach.
Two positions available to start April 2015. Suit an international person with a willingness and hunger to learn.
The role involves the day to day care of a team of dressag horses and clients horses in for training. Tasks include tacking up for 4-9 horses, feeding and watering for a maximum of 15 horses, cleaning of 4 boxes and 7 day yards and all aspects of operation management – garden maintenance/grading arena/mowing (ride-on mower and whipper snipper) / handling young horses if capable. There is the opportunity for regular coaching sessions and if you are a capable enough rider a horse will be allocated for you to train and compete on during your stay. Travel to, and grooming at, Australia’s top dressage competitions is also a possibility. Small weekly wage plus live in, shared 2 bedroom accommodation is offered. This is an excellent opportunity to be part of a friendly, knowledgeable team in a small boutique equestrian environment.
A roster system will allow ample time to explore the surrounding tourist area and beaches.
Please note: we are unable to support a second year working visa applicant.
Please email your expression of interest to firstname.lastname@example.org
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