News Groom Wanted for Jessica Michel at French Stud Farm Haras de Hus

French FEI dressage rider Jessica Michel is urgently searching for a professional groom who can help in the care taking of her young and high performance horses at the presitigious French stallions station and brood farm Haras de Hus in Petit-Mars, France.
Established in 2004, Haras de Hus is a state of the art facility which embodies the owner Xavier Marie's passion for horses. Haras de Hus is a stud farm, high performance barn for dressage and show jumping and has the highest ambitions of breaking through at the top with Kevin Staut as show jumper and Jessica Michel as dressage rider. German coach Hans Heinrich Meyer zu Strohen assists in the training of the dressage horses.
Haras de Hus strives for a positive working atmosphere and sportmanship and team ethic are a priority. Jessica Michel is a bronze medallist at the 2007 World Young Horse Championships and has claimed numerous national titles from young horse to FEI level. With Riwera and Daimler she will be making her Grand Prix debut soon, aiming for the 2012 Olympic Games.
The groom will be in charge of feeding the dressage horses as well as the care taking of 6 to 8 competition horses. Duties include grooming, braiding, tacking up and preparing the lorry to go to national and international competitions. Some lunging could be involved as well as hand-walking or occasional hacking of the horses.
The person needs to be engaged and willing to work. S/he needs to have experience handling stallions. A love and passion for horses are essential. The candidate has to be responsible in handling high-value horses. S/he has to be well-organized, strucutred and professional in his or her job. Patience, calmness and a personal dedication to the job are requirements.
Salary will be based on experience and accommodation can be provided at the facility.
A driver's license is required and a lorry driver's license is preferable.
To apply, please send your resume to :
Jessica Michel
La Charraie
44390 Petit-Mars

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