The aftercare of thoroughbred horses is an important aspect of their lives. This can take a lot of different paths and routes depending on their background, age and experience. Some horses transition to eventing, mounted archery, polo, and fox hunting in addition to serving as therapy horses and...Read More
There are many potential paths for those hoping to pursue a career in the equine and racing industry.
Some of these careers include: farm manager, veterinarian, owner, breeder, farrier, jockey, sports agent, exercise rider, hotwalker, groom, and trainer.
There are universities and colleges that offer degrees in the equine and racing industry, with programs concentrating in areas such as equine health and services, equine management and breeding, riding and training, and equine sales.