COURTLAND BOY-BLUE (IMP)
( Whalton Touch o’ the Blues X Oakley
(photo Roger Fitzhardinge)
Dalveen & Ian Gregory
P O Box 23
NORTH RICHMOND NSW
Ph/Fax 02 4576 5133
Mobile: 0419 976 925
Stud Premises: Download
Map & Directions
(Please note that the Fire Station on Tennyson Road has been
relocated and is now on the left just a little further on , and is quite a big
white building, and the turnoff into Griffins Road is also on the left, just
about a minute up the hill from the Fire Station.)
22 ALINJARRA ROAD
NORTH RICHMOND NSW 2754
Are you interested in working with show
Rathowen Stud is in need of a “horse
person”. If you are
interested please contact us by private email email@example.com
or by phone (02) 45 765 133 between 8 p.m.
and 9 p.m.
We need someone who
wants to work with horses in varied capacities.
Settle for someone who lived locally with their own transport (North
Richmond area) whose experience with horses and their care is limited, and
consequently what they can do around our stud would be limited to fundamental
jobs like cleaning out stables, filling water buckets, making up and putting out
feeds etc. Some of this work is relatively heavy. This would be working on a
temporary part-time casual basis.
We would really
like someone who was exceedingly keen and enthusiastic as well as capable and
knowledgeable, and who really wanted to take on doing horses in a professional
capacity, but perhaps lacked the facilities needed to do so at this stage of
their lives. This would involve
working for themselves as well as for the stud and would be a live-in situation,
and would need considerable discussion and negotiation.
We are located at Tennyson, just outside North Richmond in New South Wales,
on a pleasant hundred acre holding. Our original interest was Arabians, but the Open Ring presented the
greatest frontier and challenge, so Riding Ponies was an obvious variation on this theme,
particularly with the advantage of classes for Arabian Riding Ponies and
Partbred Welsh being so
With the cost of showing ever on the increase the theory of "more bang
for your buck" also becomes increasingly evident, so multiple
registrations , where a competitor can enter three or four breed classes for the
same cost of preparation, upkeep, travel and entry to the grounds, become ever more desirable.
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