Riding horses all over the world and getting paid to do it is a dream many of us have. Hebe Webber from Australia has achieved it and worked as a horse guide in different countries. Today she shares her experiences with us and also gives some tipps how to find jobs with horses abroad.
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Horse Podcast Ep 272: Working with Horses Around the World
Who has not dreamed about working with horses around the world? Cantering an Arabian horse through the desert or guiding a trail ride through the African bush? Sanne has done it all and writes a blog about her experiences. Today she talks with Ute about how to find jobs and opportunities to ride and workContinue reading “Horse Podcast Ep 272: Working with Horses Around the World”
Horse Podcast Ep 188: Volunteering – Tips to Getting in Free!
Volunteering – Tips on Getting in Free! Have you ever wondered how to volunteer at those large horse events? Or what about working abroad at a horse facility? Today’s EQA podcast is sharing insider secrets on just that. Probably the most important thing to remember is no volunteering job is too small if it getsContinue reading “Horse Podcast Ep 188: Volunteering – Tips to Getting in Free!”
Yard and Groom Jobs Review
In this article we discuss if the equestrian job search site Yard and Groom is worth it. Is it sketchy? Are there some dodgy jobs on there? Is it safe? And most importantly, should you be looking for horse work and jobs online using Yard and Groom?
Horse Podcast Ep 49: How to Live & Work With Horses Abroad – Getting your Employment Visa for India
On today’s episode Ute talks with Kate O’Brian who has a dream of living and working in India for a year. When she met her friend Dushyant on a plane and he told her about his plan to open a riding club in India, she immediately jumped on board and supported him, scuttling between IndiaContinue reading “Horse Podcast Ep 49: How to Live & Work With Horses Abroad – Getting your Employment Visa for India”
Equine Industry: Interviews with Empowered Women
We interview empowered women working in the equine industry. We talk about their amazing accomplishments with horses in a male dominated country. We want to show women around the world the different types of jobs they can do with horses, because we need more women “holding the reins” and being in charge for a change!
10 Tips How To Get A Job or Volunteer Work with Horses Abroad
In this article we are going to be covering 10 tips on how you can travel the world doing jobs for various horse riding stables or do volunteer work abroad with horses… in pretty much any country!
Volunteering to Help the Horses on Gili T
Estair was only 16 years old when she headed off, without adult supervision, to volunteer with a horse rescue organisation on the Gili islands in Indonesia. Her parents, although initially concerned, decided to trust her and the organisation with this project. Estair tells us about this life changing experience helping horses on Gili T (shortContinue reading “Volunteering to Help the Horses on Gili T”
Mongolian Polo: The Exciting Life of Traveling Women Polo Players – Part 2
Equestrian Adventuresses’ regular contributor Charlotte met Elizabeth during a summer playing polo in Mongolia in 2015. They connected over their love of horses, travel and the sport of polo. In this interview, Elizabeth tells Charlotte how she used her passion for horses and beautiful fabrics to create a luxury and sustainable equestrian-inspired brand of clothesContinue reading “Mongolian Polo: The Exciting Life of Traveling Women Polo Players – Part 2”
The Exciting Life of Traveling Women Polo Players – Part 1
Rebecca Walters is one of the few successful women polo players in the world. Based in Britain, she’s constantly traveling and playing polo tournaments around the globe. Although traditionally considered a man’s world, the sport of polo is rapidly opening up, and becoming increasingly popular among women. In between tournaments and training her horses, RebeccaContinue reading “The Exciting Life of Traveling Women Polo Players – Part 1”