Report any issues needing attention (skin issues, rubs, bumps, sensitive spots, etc)
3 horses per hour of pay (15-20 min per horse)
Expectation: general health maintenance and horses get some attention
45 minute Gate to Gate time
Pasture horse groom plus:
Wash legs/tail as needed
Additional curry/brush as needed
Additional time planned to catch and t/o, etc.
Expectation: same as PHG but cleanliness and polish should be ring ready.
If you are new and/or slow this may take you longer. If you feed often and/or fast it may take you less time. Feed pay is a set rate at $ and based on current time averaged. i.e.- if average time is 1 hour you will be paid 1 hr. regardless of how much time is needed or saved.
Feed time: Start b/w 6-8am unless a specific time is needed.
Same as AM feed but add stall cleaning and water check with possible scrub/rinse/fill.
1-3 hrs depending on current program
Groom, tack up, untack, bathe, cool out, warm up, set jumps, clear jumps, drag ring, etc.
This is only available to students who turn up in the ring SPOTLESS, ON TIME, and will increase KC productivity.
Misc. jobs such as:
ring set up/break down
You determine your rate (starts at $/hr) by performance, reliability, competence, etc.
All rates are paid as a 1099 employee unless annual pay is under $600.
Workers are responsible for having their own equipment to complete work such as grooming materials.
Jobs are given to current (or incoming) students only unless other arrangements discussed with KC.
No payments are made in trade or credit toward fees, it is students' responsibility to be prepared for riding expenses up front.
Please be prepared to receive a 1099 for tax purposes.
FOR SHOWING STUDENTS:
It is YOUR responsibility to know and understand the amateur rules, if any, that apply to your discipline. Winter Hill, and KC, are not responsible for your eligibility.
If you accept a job here it is up to you to assure you are not in violation of amateur status rules.
Pay rate varies upon experience, effort, and attendance.