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The forgotten way to be with horses

When I rescued my herd in 2007, they were too wild to have any working student to help me take care of them. First of all I had to learn to handle and connect with them myself.   719 more words

Stina Herberg

Why Your Company Should Hire a Former Working Student

Ask any twenty-something on the street: internships are the best way to build your résumé as a young professional. Gone are the days of waiting tables during summer breaks — instead, college students are expected to spend their time off working (probably unpaid) for a professional organization in their field of interest. 1,591 more words


School Shocked

After I left the university some years ago, I always cherished the thought of being able to go back and continue my undergraduate studies. And recently, it happened after much prodding from a dear friend. 325 more words

Top 4 Reasons To Work For A Professional Trainer

These top 4 might not be what you expected.

Sure, most will agree that taking on a working student arrangement will develop better riding skills, and more exposure to horse handling of all kinds – it just comes with the territory. 930 more words


So you want to be a working student...

In theory the working student thing is the perfect thing to do as a young equestrian. You like horses, you like riding, you hang out at the barn all the time. 848 more words


Surviving Winter as an Equestrian

Winter sucks.

From about November to early April the whole equestrian community basically gives up on their lives. At least those of us in more northern areas do. 539 more words


Visiting WEF

WEF is the acronym well known in certain circles for the Winter Equestrian Festival at the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center in Wellington, Florida. It’s the place to be for the top competitors in the horse show world during the winter. 476 more words