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If you’re interested in working with horses professionally, there are a ton of career options to choose from.
While many of these don’t technically require a degree from a university, they all require good horse sense – and some require years of hands-on experience.
Trainers often double as riding instructors too, instructing riders how to better perform with their horses. Salary Range: $32,000 - $55,000
Riding instructors provide lessons to riders of all levels, and often specialize in a particular discipline or type of rider. Average Salary: $37,000
Professional riders compete nationally and internationally in a variety of disciplines. They may ride their own horse, their team’s horse, or a private owner’s horse. Average Salary: $30,000