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WANTED Maintenance Position


Maintenance person needed for large lesson barn in Ashton, MD. Must be able to drive & fix farm machinery, comfortable around ani- mals (horse exp a plus), able to lift 75 lbs, have reliable transportation, speak English. Job also incl mend- ing fences, basic plumbing & facili- ty care, arena footing maintenance, mowing, etc.


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On-Site Riding Instructor/ Asst. Barn Manager Wanted


Potomac Horse Center is looking for a F/T employee to teach lessons, ride, make feeds and help with barn chores (no mucking). Compensation includes $13.25/hour, rent- free housing, and board for one horse. Email resume to: stablemanager@potomachorse.com


IN BY A NOSE FULL CARE BOARDING


Morning Sun Stables, Damascus, MD. 100 acs., in Montgomery Co. 95 x 220 indr, 200 x 300 outdr, XC jump field, 70 oak brd- fenced acs in pasture, scenic trails in fields & woods w/creek. Spacious, well-designed stalls + 9 paddocks. Knowledgeable mgmt. Secure, healthy & com- fortable place for horses & profs – peaceful, relaxed & enjoy- able for owners. 410-444-9999 MorningSunStables@gmail.com.


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$15-18/hr.


WANTED PT Riding Instructor


needed for inclusive program in Western Howard County that provides therapeutic horse- back riding services to children and adults with a wide range of physical, mental and emotional disabilities. Prefer PATH certi- fied, or willing to pursue. Email only - trrc01@aol.com


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