Canadian young rider Olivia Alstad moved to the UK to pursue a working pupil (WP) position and has since chronicled her experience via her blog Livin’ Eventing. EN is excited to share her two-part series, “The...» Read More!
I know I’m not alone in testifying that my year of being a working student was one of the most formative experiences of my life. I came away not only a better rider and horseman,...» Read More!
It’s that time of year when everyone is finishing up school for the semester (or, for us old folks, remembering the times when we had months of freedom stretching ahead of us and bemoaning adulthood),...» Read More!
Do you dream of fleeing the freezing cold temperatures in favor of warm, sunny Ocala or Aiken? Do you dream of California as you’re staring at yet another snowfall outside? Lucky for you, there are...» Read More!
I can tell you from personal experience that it’s never too late to start chasing your dreams as a working student. Of course, dreams don’t just come in the form of money trees and fancy...» Read More!
Spring is here! Riders and trainers, if you’re looking for a working student and have a listing you’d like to add, please email [email protected] To future working students, happy job hunting! Hawley Bennett-Awad (CA): Hawley...» Read More!
I was perusing the ride timetable for the Rocking Horse Winter I Horse Trials this weekend, and I couldn’t help but stare at Buck Davidson’s ride times for a few minutes. If I’m being honest,...» Read More!
LGCT grooms FINAL Posted by Philippe Le Jeune Jr. on Sunday, July 5, 2015 How would you fare in Groom Olympics? Grooms at the Longines Champion Tour in Paris were tested with a speed polo...» Read More!
Kate Chadderton knows what it takes to make a living (or some semblance of one, anyway) in the horse industry. Growing up in a modest household in Australia, she gained some experience bartering and selling...» Read More!
With the spring season reaching full swing, many eventers are beginning the search for working students once again. Working students are an essential part of any equine operation, involving themselves in the day to day...» Read More!
The year was 2008. Denny and I were enjoying a leisurely hack on a crisp autumn morning. Knowing Denny, our conversation most likely ranged from local politics to environmental issues and land conservation. Everything seemed...» Read More!