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Final year of the "twenty-teens" starts with Dr. Mac home in Kentucky for the first time in over a decade. Florida HBPA decided to skip 2019 for Groom Elite classes, thus stopping their "streak" at eleven years. We will "revisit" possibility of classes at Gulfstream Park for 2020. This late change opened up the schedule for 2019 Watch for a Trainers Exam Prep Class in Florida in late February and a Philosophy and Methods of Training Class in Lexington in late March.
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Tentative dates for Second Quarter of
April Trainers Exam Prep class at Lone Star Park and Basic Grooming 099 in Lexington.
May Basic Grooming at Woodbine, Presque Isle and possibly Belmont Park
June Groom Elite 201 at Prairie Meadows and possibly Woodbine. Basic Grooming at Laurel Park.
Basic Grooming 099
Want to work with horses? This workforce preparation class will provide the basic horse handling and care knowledge and skills you will need to work safetly around equine athletes. Learn tterminology and skills required for entry level worker positon in the equine industry, with specific emphasis on racehorses. Participants that complete this course and pass evaluations on Friday are virtually assured of being offered a job. If space is available (class size limited to 20 and we will maintain a waiting list), BG099 is a good class for individual horse owners and those wishing to become horse owners, particularly owners working with retired racehorses. CLICK HERE and let us know if you would like to be informed of Basic Grooming Class schedule for 2019.
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Trainers Exam Prep Class: South Florida - late February
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