We are always looking for qualified Working Students to help with lessons and/or chores.

All Working Students should remain familiar with our Working Students Guide.

Working student jobs include:

  • Feeding

  • Watering

  • Mucking out

  • Assisting with lessons

  • Cleaning tack

  • Grooming and general horse care (including turn-out, blanketing, etc.)

  • Facilities maintenance (raking rings, cleaning water troughs, skipping out turnout spaces, and more)

  • Other duties as assigned

Working students must:

  • Be at least 12 years old

  • Be on-time!

  • Be neatly and appropriately dressed

  • Be pleasant to EVERYONE – human and equine

  • Be responsible, thorough, and orderly in work habits

  • Be helpful to others

  • Be willing to learn new skills

  • Be self-motivated and ready to work hard!

  • Be capable of carrying a full water bucket

Working students get:

  • To ride in working student lessons

  • To learn valuable new skills

  • To attend Working Student parties

  • To have fun!

There are weekday and weekend openings. Interested adults and teenagers may contact Ms. Karen at the farm, or call the farm line to get more information.

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COVID-19 Information

We are open on a modified schedule.
Please read our current policies below.

EVERYONE on the farm MUST:

 

At this time, parents/spectators are not permitted up at the barn or riding arenas, unless their rider meets ANY of the criteria below:

  • 6 years of age or younger
  • has had fewer than 6 lessons here at FMF
  • is at the barn for a practice/lease/free ride
 

If a rider meets any of those criteria, ONE parent/spectator may accompany them to the barn and may watch their lesson from the PCU (viewing room). Spectators must check in with the instructor to be granted access to the PCU.