I started at seven in the morning by feeding and water, then moving on to clean stalls and administer medication to the horses that needed it. I would stop for a lunch break at 11:30 and then moved from their to exercising the horses, riding/training or hauling hay, gravel, wood chips for the stalls or maintaining the grounds and roads.
The job was never dull or overbearing, every day was something new and something fun that used both your body and mind and the experience was something I will never forget.
My co-workers were helpful and were corrective, but never critical.
The hardest part was cleaning out the stud barn. They had a few that could be dangerous and had to moved before I could clean their stall.
The funnest part of the job was being able to drive all their equipment, ride the horses and enjoy their monstrous racquetball/basketball court.
horses, racquetball court, atv's
i felt that i should have been paid a bit more.