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Want to work with horses? Want someone to work with your horses? Then this is the page for you. Every fortnight the MumsHaynet team will bring you the job offers that have caught our eye. And if you have a job opening that you think we ought to know about, drop us a line at

GROOM / HELP FOR FAMILY YARD, Ludlow, Shropshire

DESCRIPTION: A ‘nags n nanny’ role that’s more ponies than children for a large busy family. You will be running a small private yard and helping with a variety of household tasks. The job offers a two-bedroom private cottage on site and ‘a healthy salary with paid holiday’ for 38 hours covering six days. Driving licence essential, HGV preferred. Apply with CV and references

POSTED: 23/4/2024

CONTACT: Tel: 07968698180



DESCRIPTION: Be still our beating hearts! Cumbrian Heavy Horses is looking for two team members to join them for the summer season and possibly longer. You will be given a wide range of tasks including horse care, ride leading and teaching. Upskilling is available if necessary for the right person as is accommodation. Salary is NLW to be discussed. There will be an onsite three-day interview as a 'try before you buy' deal. Driving licence is essential.


POSTED: 19/4/24

CONTACT: Tel 07769588565 for more information and send a CV via email to


HEAD GROOM, Kelso, Scottish Borders

DESCRIPTION: Looking for a quieter pace of life? Then this job with a small, family hunting yard could be for you. Offering a fully-equipped, two-bedroom flat on site and ‘a competitive wage’ the role involves turning out two hunters and the care/exercise of two older horses. The successful applicant is also welcome to bring their own horse.

POSTED: 19/4/2024

CONTACT: Tel: 07976119514 - Livy


GROOM P/A, Wakefield, West Yorkshire

DESCRIPTION: A minimum wage position (£300 for 26 hours a week) but it could be rewarding work. This is a support role for a disabled rider so duties will include grooming, basic health checks, ground work, assisting the rider to mount and dismount. A positive attitude is asked for and training will be given for this specialised role.

POSTED: 13/4/2024



GROOM F/T, St Andrews, Scotland

DESCRIPTION: According to the company website, Lohoar Sports Horses is one of the country's premier equestrian centres, boasting state-of-the-art facilities and a world-class showjumping stable – and they are looking for a groom. The role involves “all normal duties” as well as riding, lunging and hacking. While no salary is given, accommodation is said to be available and you can take your own horse.

CONTACT: Angus 07816 254075 or Stephen 07811 480233



HEAD AND SENIOR GROOM + F/T AND P/T GROOMS, Princes, Risborough, Bucks.

DESCRIPTION: The Horse Trust is the oldest equine charity in the world and there is an open-ended search for candidates to join its Equine Care Team. While horse care knowledge is desirable, training can be given. As this is said to be a physically demanding environment, applicants must be fit, hardworking, and enthusiastic. The salary ranges from £20,145 to £25,811 per annum.

CONTACT: Send your CV to



DESCRIPTION: Want to spend your working life writing about horses? Then get that pen and paper ready! Horse & Rider and PONY magazine are looking for maternity cover, to start this summer. The ideal candidate will be someone with an eye for detail, a wealth of horse experience, with perfect written English who is able to work to tight deadlines. Hours and salary to be agreed, but the role will be a minimum of three days a week, with the possibility of full-time. Candidates must have a full driving licence.


DESCRIPTION: Fancy rubbing shoulders with the inimitable Pammy Hutton? Then step this way. Talland School of Equitation is looking for a yard-based instructor specialising in SJ/Eventing to teach BHS students and clients. This is a live-in position with possible training for the right candidate. The right to work in the UK is a must and candidates will need to pass an enhanced DBS check. Wages are dependent on experience.

CONTACT: Send CV and details to  marked for the attention of Emma Harford.


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