We are currently hiring for the following positions:
Farrier/Farrier Helper & Riding Instructor


We are looking to employ a new farrier and/or farrier helper to work in Carroll County, MD (and the surrounding area).

The ideal applicant has an interest in horseshoeing and either plans to go to farrier school, is in training, or has recently finished their training.

This is a primarily part-time opportunity, with the possibility of full-time employment at the barn.

Looking to hire immediately. Salary to reflect experience. Must have reliable transportation.

If interested, please contact Stephen at (443) 375-7826.

Updated April 3rd, 2023

Riding Instructor

We are searching for an outgoing, reliable instructor to join our staff!

Must be able to teach kids & adults, beginners through intermediate (WTC/2’ jumping), private & group lessons (3-7 riders). We have nearly 200 regular clients.

Part-time: Primarily looking to hire for Saturdays 8:30am-3:30pm; teaching opportunities are available other days as well.

Full-time: In addition to teaching, other duties are available (e.g., barn chores, coaching at shows) for those who wish to work full-time. Additional teaching opportunities (i.e., camps, clinics) are available as well.

Certification would be a bonus, but is not a requirement. Attitude and teaching skills are most important!

Salary to reflect experience. Must have reliable transportation. Hours are flexible, but will be consistent once schedule is determined.

If interested, please text Ashley at (443) 935-6123 or email ridewithfmf2@gmail.com.

Updated April 3rd, 2023

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COVID-19 Information

Please consult the signs on the property for the most up-to-date policies.
General details can be found below.

Everyone (regardless of vaccination status) MUST:

  • respect physical distancing
  • e-sign the FMF waiver prior to/upon arrival of their first visit to the farm

If you have tested positive for COVID (regardless of your symptom status), do not come to the farm.

Please consult the CDC for current best practices.