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by Bobette W. Host,Sue Reynolds

ePub The Complete Guide to Horse Careers download
Author:
Bobette W. Host,Sue Reynolds
ISBN13:
978-0966355901
ISBN:
0966355903
Language:
Publisher:
New Horizons Equine Educational (April 1, 1998)
Category:
Subcategory:
Individual Sports
ePub file:
1152 kb
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1254 kb
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Rating:
4.7
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900

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Sue Reynolds has written a wonderful resource for those interested in pursuing a career in the horse industry. Each chapter features a particular industry (Animal Health Professions, Horse Racing and Polo, et. and then discusses some of the better known jobs held in the industry. She includes checklists on what the careers involve as well as checklists of the lesser known jobs. Tips from people that actually hold the job are also given for those that want to pursue that career as well as some personal stories on how they go about their day to day living.

There are many interesting career paths in the equine industry. Here's a look at fifteen career options if you want to work with horses. Vet techs must complete a two-year degree and pass an exam to become licensed in the field. veterinary technician specialist certification (VTS) may earn even higher levels of compensation.

The Complete Guide to Horse Careers is the most concise and comprehensive horse career resource on the market. It is an informative reference tool for parents, students, and those already professionally involved in the horse industry. Tip Boxes provide valuable insights gleaned from professionals in equine careers. Other information includes: * gaining experience * writing a resume * resources for grants, loans, scholarships, and federal aid, * personal inventory check lists * educational requirements and options * job responsibilities, background and training prerequisites * income expectations and ranges * school listings * an abundance of resources * a comprehensive index
  • My horse loving daughters will be putting this great book to good use.

  • A lot of useful information in a clear and organized book.

  • A+++

  • Informative but it's older so it was lacking some info that newer books have. Still worth what I paid for though.

  • Does anyone have more fun than a librarian? First we get to spend money (not our own) on books; then we get to look at them while they still smell good and are clean; then we get to admire and benefit from all the hard work that went into making a product that delivers (most of the time). Such is the book, "The Complete Guide To Horse Careers" by Sue Reynolds who, after she steps out of the saddle, surely must put on her practical sensible shoes and glasses and step behind a reference desk, because this lady knows how to put information together . (The cover says she has a masters degree in education and is a reading specialist who is a horse enthusiast and freelance writer---close enough.) Although she introduces the Internet on page 2, every chapter has a resource list of associations, people, e-mail addresses, articles, books, and websites. She keeps the reader interested with check-lists, line drawings, photos, boxes of tips from experts in the field, career profiles and economic forecasts.

  • Sue Reynolds has written a wonderful resource for those interested in pursuing a career in the horse industry. Each chapter features a particular industry (Animal Health Professions, Horse Racing and Polo, etc.) and then discusses some of the better known jobs held in the industry. She includes checklists on what the careers involve as well as checklists of the lesser known jobs. Tips from people that actually hold the job are also given for those that want to pursue that career as well as some personal stories on how they go about their day to day living. Each chapter ends with resources on how to find out more about those industries and the book ends with an extensive list of all the careers that can be held in the equine industry.

  • Sue Reynolds has put together a great reference book...it is very comprehensive but easy to read. It is filled with handy checklists and I definitely enjoyed the personal stories and perspectives in each chapter. Sue covers EVERYTHING, from equine schools, getting a job, starting a business to various professions (vet, horse breeder, trainer, farrier, writer, manufacturer, to name a few). Each chapter has a list of resources so I know where to find more information. This book would be helpful for young people, and for anyone wanting to get into the horse industry or switch careers. I highly recommend it!

  • This book has been an excellent guide for my daughter who is begining her horse career. Thanks for this excellent resource.