Introduction to Grooming 099

Basic Grooming 099 - April 21-22 Introduction to Grooming the Racehorse 099
Magdlena Farm, Russel Cave Road, Lexington, KY
Dr. C. Reid McLellan, Lead Instructor. with appearences by Kenny McPeek and his staff plus otherks.
Tuition only $99 - a $25 deposit will hold your spot until first class day (or April 13 if there is a waiting list)

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An overview of the basic information a new worker needs to start working with racehorses.
This class will go  8:00 AM to Noon  each day Monday - Thursday. On Friday (April 21) we will have a final evaluation day in which you demonstrate what you have learned, we will discuss you work possibilities with you and will  put you in contact with possible employers.  Our start time is subject to change, so make sure we have your correct email address and cell phone number in case of such a change.
Tuition is  normally $299 but with the support of The Jockey Club, Magdlena Farm and Thoroughbred Charities of America we are able to offer a reducted tuition for this class only of $99. If you cannot pay all of that when you register, you can put down a $25 deposit and that will hol your spot until class day unless we have a waiting list (class size is limited to 20). If you have made a deposit you will have opportunity to pay the blance of the tuition before you lose your spot. 

Below is a course outline. Day 1 will stary with Terminology, Basic shedrow etiquette, principles of handling horses and haltering and leading. After Day 1  We will  adapt each day's activities, based on the skill level of our participants, to the tasks necessary to prepare you for an entry level job with horses. As a result the schedule may vary from what is shown below.
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Introduction Describing horses & tools to care for them Working with horses Stall & Barn Care Health Identification of Equipment & Tack Feeding Shedrow activities Race Day Schedule & activities Shipping Personal Safety & Fire Prevention Horses on the Farm