Thursday, May 28, 2015

Vivid Understanding A Racehorse Trainer

By Tammie Caldwell

A Racehorse is under specialized care of a tutor. The job description of a racehorse trainer is a package of activities. This includes managing exercise and feeding schedule. Training the horse to get used to human handling. A professional and experienced trainer is required for this job.

The horse coach, will also select from the options the best race for the horse to engage. This field has gained popularity and gained appreciation over time. The tutor earns bountifully from races won and consultancy fees. However the job comes with its challenges.

A famous racehorses trainer working with a training company shared her working typical day as follows; she reported to work by half past six in the morning, she goes ahead to mucking off her five racing horses. By seven oclock in the morning they are aware of which horses they will be riding. The horse will have between one and three canters, which will be defined by the training rating of the individual horse. The morning stable is done by noon and resumes at three in the evening. The evening part comprises of mucking the horses, giving hays, grooming of the individual horse and finally the evening feeding is done by half past six in the evening.

Racehorse training needs no specific training to venture this lucrative fun filled field profession. For anyone above nineteen years no need college training. For underage enthusiasts it is compulsory for admission into a college to acquire a Level two diploma. The normal horse riding is a prerequisite for this job but riding racehorses is complex in terms of technicalities and styles. The training requires teamwork but individual racing is critical to enhance abrupt decision making when needed. Passion and dedication are critical in the field; the job has been defined tagged as taxing, a trainer needs to work on weekends and long hours.

The job is defined to be thrilling and full of ecstasy, Racehorse training has the dark side, this includes, meager earning per year, reports from the Labor statistics bureau have shown earnings of between sixteen thousand and fifty three thousand US dollars per year. This has led to its low ranking by the basis of pay when compared with other industries in the United States

The next associated disadvantage to this job the, Physical demand for this job, this job is physical by nature, the job requires climbing, bending, running and riding on the horse back. The hardy part is also in grooming the horses, feeding and cleaning the stalls.

The third shortcoming of this job is the risks of associated injuries; the horses are either frightened or aggressive animal. The horse is large to a trainer, hence causing an injury with minimal effort. When provoked the horse turns violent, the instructor risks being bitten, being kicked or being tramped on. This is why it has been concluded the expertise in the field, run highest risk to injury and death than workers in other varied industries.

The ever-changing design of this job is a disadvantage by itself. This is an unpredictable job, handling different animals, under different conditions and with different states of health makes it more complex. The state of the animal will dictate its behavior and is responsible of unruly nature of these animals.

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