NLBC Sector: Equine Care & Management

Sub-sectors: Equine veterinary, stud, horseracing, equitation, equestrian, farriery, equine dental, osteopathy and physiotherapy

Occupations: Farrier, groom, stable hand, head lad, head groom, competition groom, stud hand, stallion handler, foaling specialist, jockey, riding instructor, work rider, equine veterinarian, equine vet nurse, equine dental technician.

British Horseracing Authority
Careers

The Racing and Breeding Industries are a diverse and exciting world to work in.  When millions of people watch a race such as the Grand National it is the culmination of a huge number of people and organisations. From the starting point

Equine Excellence Career Pathway
Careers

Internationally recognised, the BHS Equine Excellence Pathway supports a progressive career with relevant industry knowledge and experience. You can be sure that your qualifications embed the latest research and technologies to keep you ahead in your career. A unique element

The National Stud
Careers

The Thoroughbred Breeding industry is a major employer within the equine sector, employing approximately 9,000 people in the UK. This website supports the racing industry in breeding the racehorses of the future, and gives fantastic insights into the different job

British Equine Veterinary Association (BEVA)
Careers

There are a number of different types of careers available in the equine health sector. Here you will find links directing you to the relevant bodies/organisations who are involved in, or can advise you, about training for careers in equine

British Grooms Association
Careers

There are many different industry sectors that you can work in as a groom. Your career might see you start in one area and then move into another, or some grooms remain with a sport or even the same employer

Lantra: Equine
Careers

The equine industry includes anything and everything to do with horses, ponies and donkeys. There are more than 19,000 horse businesses, 41,200 employees and lots of volunteers. Equine businesses include riding schools, livery yards, competition yards, trekking centres, breeders, trainers,

Lantra: Farriery
Careers

Farriery is the ancient and highly skilled craft of making and fitting horseshoes. It demands the skills to handle horses and identify health and fitness problems. All farriers must be registered and today there are more than 2,600 in the

National Careers Service
Careers

This website lists job profiles for careers related to animals, plants and land. These jobs could interest you if you enjoy the outdoors and the natural world. They include science based jobs and more hands-on roles. There could be something

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