He's a stallion and he's thinking but not entirely about racing. Oliver eased him up at the end of last Monday's trial. What did the horse learn from that? He eased up yesterday from the 200. Oliver never touched hin with the stick. should have beaten the shit out of him to get his mind on the job. Either as ADmin says, bring him home and stand him at $3K or take his nuts out ( I reckon he's pinching himself anyway) and win some decent races (Railway and WFA on offer), have some fun and make some money without all the hype.
Highview Stud have the following roles currently available - for anyone interested, the contact details are below.
Due to unfortunate circumstances Highview require a Foreman/Assistant trainer for an immediate start.
The applicant must be also be a senior track rider with excellent organistional /management skill and be wiling to assist in the pre-training, training and breaking in, at a private long standing horse stud and racing stable on the outskirts of Hamilton.
Ability to work unsupervised in a team environment, manage staff, keep excellent records and communicate with farriers, vets, clients and management essential. A senior level rider with high standards is essential.
7am start and every alternate weekend off.
Accommodation and excellent remuneration and bonuses to the successful applicant.
Yearling Staff 2016
Experienced, self motivated, enthusiastic staff required from October to February 2016, assisting in the education and preparation of yearlings for the NZB National sales late January 2017. Applicants must be prepared to work every alternate weekend (reduced hours, just feed up, treatments etc) and possibly attend yearling sales in Auckland. Experience and confidence with young uneducated colts is essential.
Please email CV detailing relevant experience to email@example.com or phone Louise on 0275 545 282
OK, I was wondering if you'd started using their server.
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