There are many benefits to hosting working students at your horse farm or stable.
Decide ahead of time if your horses will be used by outside instructors and what the fee structure will be.
Finding the right outside equine trainer or riding instructor is as important as having the right tax structure established.
Here are five tips to help you get the most out of a face-to-face interview with a potential horse farm or stable job applicant.
When sorting through resumes make sure you know the qualifications you are looking for and the keywords that indicate experience.
Stable Management's Finding the Right Employee series is designed to give horse farm and stable owners tips on finding and keeping the right person for your equine operation.
Here are some ways to keep your boarding or lesson facility clients engaged with non-riding activities that will keep them connected with your equine business and their barn friends until spring arrives.
Winter can be a great time to introduce newcomers to horses, or to meet community leaders and businesses for spring equine outreach.
Take advantage of winter's less hectic time to help your equine business flourish throughout the year.
If your stable or farm is looking for different way to reach the community, PATH Intl. might be able to help you get started.
A spreadsheet is the simplest database you can create for your business. A well-planned spreadsheet can be used to track trends and can serve as a storage area for critical information about clients, finances, veterinary care for specific horses, training hours and more.
Here are 10 Tips to help you get a jump start on making your business more profitable in the new year.
Driving a horse trailer is significantly different than driving a passenger vehicle or sports car down the road. As a horse transporter, you have the responsibility to make sure the trip is safe and comfortable for the horses in tow as well as for the other vehicles on the road.