Monthly Archives: August 2011
So you want to work as a racetrack trainer? Here are some things you need to know courtesy of www.HorseJobs.ca
Our society builds into young people the idea that getting a good job means going to college. In many ways this is true. However, some college degrees are very targeted towards a particular type of job and others are not. For instance, if you want to be a [...]
Knowing when to choose your battles wisely is as important in the horse industry as in any walk of life. Shooting your mouth off at the wrong time can do lots of damage that can’t be undone. Here are some tips to remember.
1. Remember that you will have a tendency [...]
DOES SOMEONE YOU KNOW DESERVE
Nominations are being sought for each of the following prestigious OEF awards.
The OEF recognizes exceptional members for their contribution of time and effort to Ontario equestrian sport, recreation, industry and/or equine welfare. Please take a moment to review the following OEF annual awards and consider someone you may [...]
Here are some often missed conflicts of interest that could get you in trouble with your boss.
1. Do you breed or train horses? If you have breeding stock of your own, or you compete in the same type of competition your farm competes in, you have a conflict of interest. Decisions will have [...]