One of our working students will be leaving soon to take a job as a horse wrangler at a guest ranch, which means we will have a position available soon.
Our working students help out with all aspects of the ranch, including: feed, water, clean, move horses to turnouts, inspect horses for signs of illness or injury, drag the arena, prepare supplements and mashes, and occasionally hold a horse for the vet or farrier. You will typically handle eight to 18 horses and two miniature donkeys in the course of a day.
This is a hands-on opportunity to learn about professional ranch management in a natural environment. Compensation is in the form of credit for lessons or training here at EPI.
Call me at (530) 559-1602 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and to set up an interview.