Registered Employers and Candidates

                            



The most established equestrian recruitment service


Registered Employers and Candidates



The most established equestrian recruitment service


Registered Employers and Candidates

                            



The most established equestrian recruitment service


#polo grooming – is it for you?

Thinking of venturing into the world of polo? Our resident polo expert at Career Grooms explains the good and bad points of doing a summer season – follow our Q&A sessions from the world of eventing, driving, endurance, dressage, racing and stud work throughout the next couple of months. Q: How much do I need […]

February 15, 2018 Read More

#freelance grooms. To rug or not to rug? That is the question on today’s blog #horsehealth #equinejob

As we are underway in 2018 and temperatures fluctuate so much, more and more of us will be thinking about dusting off our range of rugs. But when and how should we actually be using them? All too often horses are over-rugged, leading to overheating and disruption of healthy weight loss, which can contribute to diseases […]

January 26, 2018 Read More

New Year, New Opportunities #freelance #groom #newyear

We can hardly believe it: 2017 is almost over! As the calendar flips over into January, we all start thinking about that cliché of a New Year’s resolution – the thing we inevitably give up on by February but really wish we could achieve. Well, at Career Grooms we’re giving a helping hand with one […]

December 30, 2017 Read More

It’s almost Christmas, and that means it’s almost time for Olympia! Here are our top tips for what to see & do at the show #OlympiaHorse #equinejob

  The days are dark, there’s snow on the ground and lights on every building… it’s Christmas time, and that means it’s time for Olympia International Horse Show! Here are our tips for how to make the most of your time at the event this year. 1. AP McCoy’s Flat vs. Jump Jockeys Showjumping Challenge […]

December 11, 2017 Read More

#supergrooms #clipcloptips part 2

On our second part of the series we come commonly come across people who are frequently doing more fast work in the build up to the end of the year. Hair is clipped from the bottom of the neck and belly, and in a strip along the shoulder and hindquarters. – Suitable for: Horses in […]

December 8, 2017 Read More