- Complete daily farm operations, such as irrigating, chaffing feeds, performing general maintenance (ie fixing troughs and fences), and feeding and monitoring cattle.
- Assist in vetting, feeding, and moving of broodmares and foals.
- Lead yearlings between their stables and paddocks and completing necessary tasks, such as cleaning boxes and troughs.
- Operate machinery for field operations.
- Demonstrate and explain working techniques, practices, and safety regulations to new farm workers.
- Assist with equine waste recycling operations.
- Inspect farm structures, such as buildings, fences, and roads.
- Inspect fields to detect disease or insect infestation.
- Monitor pasture and grazing land use to ensure that horses are properly fed.
- Assist in feeding forty horses.
- Care for minor wounds when needed.
- Work with livestock such as horses and cattle.
- Regularly operate machinery such as tractor/slasher, bobcat and excavator.
- Inspect and repair small damages, including cutting and welding steel, tyre fitting and engine servicing.
- Build stock and boundary fences, steel shelters and small sheds.
- Manage feed of over 20 horses at one time.
- Memorize lists, jobs, and various products that must be remembered to ensure efficiency.
- Train horses or other equines for riding, harness, show, racing, or other work, using knowledge of breed characteristics, training methods, performance standards, and the peculiarities of each animal.
- Manage horses and livestock feeding schedule
- Provide clean drinking water for all the animals
- Doctor any animals with wound, sickness, injury, etc
- Clean and inspect all horse stalls in barn.
- Complete any and all odds and ends jobs needed around the farm.