Applying for a temporary job during Burghley Horse Trials is a great way to get involved without the need for a four-star horse — here's how to get a job there
Are you wondering how you’re going to land your dream job in the equestrian industry when you leave college or university? Horse & Hound finds out how to make yourself as employable as possible
From racing to horse care, H&H finds out how to bag your place on some of Britain’s most popular equestrian courses
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A morning spent blitzing more stables than you thought possible might not be high your wish list. But if you are a horseless and horse-mad teenager, here's why you should sign up for a Saturday job at a local riding school asap...
The mimum wage for employees aged 25 and over has risen by 50p an hour
If you're looking for a career with horses, find out how you could become a hunt groom and what to expect — from 3am starts to riding quirky horses
Find out how to give yourself the edge in a hugely competitive job market
Placements can be five days of toe-curling agony, and finger-tapping boredom — or it can set you on the right path for your chosen career. Hanna Lindon finds out the dos and don’ts
British Racing is investing £1m to attract more people to work as stable staff to fill a shortfall of 400, including 100 skilled work riders
The new degree course focuses specifically on the high-level performance horse industry
A specialist site has been launched to help point students in the right direction
The British Horseracing Education Standards Trust has two new schemes to encourage young people to consider a career in racing
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As colleges receive an increase in interest from prospective students, graduates are also finding employment. Is the job market looking up?
The new performance director replaces Will Connell, who left the organisation to work for the US team
A round-up of recent appointments across the equestrian industry
Judy Edwards “felt enormously privileged” to have held office for 10 years
A 19-year-old from Stirling is the apprentice of the year.
A new equine dentist degree course gives students practical experience working in the industry.