Apprenticeships in Horseracing

An Apprenticeship is a real paid job, where you will learn the skills, experience and knowledge needed to work with racehorses in the Horseracing industry.  If you want a career working with horses, great careers start here!

Thinking about your options when leaving school or college?

Whether you’re a complete beginner or more experienced, there are a variety of courses that lead to rewarding Apprenticeships and allow you to gain the skills you’ll need for a fantastic job with horses.

Apprenticeships in Horseracing

If you’re looking for a career with a difference, explore an Apprenticeship in Horseracing. Starting right here, we can show you your options and get you onto the ladder that leads to a wide range of real jobs with real career paths.

You don’t need experience with horses, or academic qualifications, just a love of working with animals and being part of a friendly team.

Where can I train?

You can train at one of our racing schools. The training is free and is fully residential for the first part of your Apprenticeship journey.  After completing this first part, we will find you a job in a racehorse trainers yard for you to continue learning whilst earning money.

The Horseracing Industry

Did you know that Horseracing is the second largest spectator sport in the UK and is the largest sporting employer?

Find out more about the Horseracing industry here.

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