Horse Trainer

By : Justin Moore

Job Description

Horse trainers use different methods to get horses to respond to them, such as giving treats and other positive reinforcement when the horses do something well. To get the horses used to human contact, horse trainers use their voices and plenty of physical contact. Slowly, trainers bring in other people to help the animals become used to responding to different riders' commands.

Education Requirements

No College degree required, but an associates degree in equine studies may be Helpful

Salary Range


    A Horse Trainer earns an average salary of $30,410 per year. Experience strongly influences pay for this job.


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