YARD STAFF – PART or FULL TIME TEAM MEMBERS SOUGHT | Glanvilles Stud

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Join us to be part of the unfolding racing story of our young racehorses: helping shape their futures from birth and following their

progress on the track.

Part or full time days available for Stud Hands, to join existing team, either seasonal to the end of May or permanent.

The job involves working with well-mannered (mostly ) broodmares, foals and youngstock on the ground – leading in and out, mucking out, feeding, prepping for sales and assisting with stud maintenance. Helping with backing and riding young racehorses available for the right person but not essential.

‘Normal’ working hours and great conditions, a genuine 8am-5pm working day, with a half hour coffee break, a one-hour lunch break and paid holiday (29 days holiday this year!). Working pattern is a consistent five days on with two consecutive days off (and at least one day off is a Sat or Sun).

We have high standards, breeding quality racehorses and we all enjoy following the careers of the foals and youngstock we have raised.

Some previous experience with horses required, but main criteria is you are willing to fit in with, and become part of our happy team. We are easy to get to, in Glanvilles Wootton, five miles south of Sherborne – we’re even on the Dorchester/Sherborne bus route if that helps.

Please message us or call Doug Procter on 07974 314262 to discuss.

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