STABLE HAND / TRACK WORK RIDER

Job description: Horse Trainer (meets sponsorship obligations)

Snowden Racing is currently seeking highly experienced staff to join our Randwick stable.

The Position is full time – 38 hours per week and some of the duties are:

  • Knowledge and experience of horse training and handling methods specific to thoroughbred racing
  • Proven ability to train and educate young and older horses
  • Oral and written communication skills of a level to take instruction and provide information to other staff and owners;
  • Ability to work in a team and independently (or proven management experience if the position is for a foreperson role)
  • Knowledge of safe operation of all equipment and use of personal protective equipment
  • Sound knowledge of health and safety obligations and demonstrated skills in safe operation of equipment relevant to the training and preparation of racehorses on riding pace/timed work and jump outs
  • Able to educate our young horses on the ground, plus swimming and barrier education
  • Able to educate our young horses on the ground with ability to manage a small team of horses and staff under the direction of the head foreperson.

SKILLS:

Qualifications not essential but at least three years of relevant experience in horse training/management is essential.

The occupation to be advertised is that of a Horse Trainer with a salary of $54,000.00 to $58,000.00 plus Superannuation entitlements.

Job title: STABLE HAND / TRACK WORK RIDER

Location: Randwick, NSW

Original Job Posting date: Fri, 11 Sep 2020 22:40:26 GMT

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