A Riding Instructor will teach adults and children of all abilities to ride either as individuals or as part of a group. They will either work as part of a riding school or as a self employed individual. If working as part of a riding school you may be required to muck out, tack up, clean tack and administer medication.
Most Riding Schools require their instructors to hold qualifications from the British Horse Society (BHS) or Association of British Riding Schools (ABRS).
- You will need very good horse riding skills
- Have the ability to communicate well with people of all ages
- Be a very patient person
- You will also require first aid training
£14,000 to £18,000