The Jockey Club has announced that it will award a $15,000 scholarship ($7,500 per semester) to an outstanding student pursuing a bachelor’s degree in an equine or potentially equine-related field. The scholarship, which was first awarded in 2017, is intended for a current or prospective college student with an interest in
Riding instructors teach riding lessons and coach students who wish to compete in various equestrian disciplines. Duties Riding instructors train students by designing skill building exercises for the horse and rider. They critique their students’ form, give advice on proper techniques, and teach general horsemanship skills such as grooming, saddling, and bandaging.
Are you interested in working with horses? The equine industry places a high value on hands on experience, so the best way to position yourself for success is to participate in equine internships. Here are 15 of our favorite equine internships (listed alphabetically): American Horse Publications Internship American Horse Publications (AHP) offers