From racing to horse care, H&H finds out how to bag your place on some of Britain’s most popular equestrian courses
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 equine groom and senior equine groom apprenticeships’ standards were approved this summer
The British Horseracing Education Standards Trust has two new schemes to encourage young people to consider a career in racing
The MBA is designed to "created to cultivate leaders in the racing industry"
A new bursary programme has been launched to help women trying to make a career in racing
Are racehorse trainers using foreign work riders because home grown jockeys are “too heavy”, or is more a question of pay, as stable staff claim?
Peter Maughan, who has travelled with the likes of Desert Orchid and Persian Punch, has today won the top accolade at the Stud and Stable Staff Awards
Trainers and stud owners can now put forward their star employees for the 2009 Stud and Stable Staff Award
Are you super-organised, good at dealing with people and looking for a job that’s also a way of life? If so, being a racing secretary could be for you
The Stable and Stud Staff Steering Group has found that significant steps have been made to improve conditions for those working in racng, but there is still some way to go
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Head groom Roy Barrett has won £10,000 as the BHB's Stable Employee of the Year following an exemplary racing career that spans more than 40 years
Lisa Hancock explains how she progressed from a racing-mad teenager to running one of the most prestigious racecourses in the country