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Rotorua
All Year: Yes
Area (ha): 800
Persons: 2
Category: Non Organic Farmstay
Host ID: 9617
Region: Bay of Plenty

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Last Updated: December 11, 2017

We are needing people to start pretty much straight away so if you love horses and are not busy travelling please get in touch. Thanks, Lucy.

We are always looking for people to work at our Horse Trekking facility so if you love working with horses please email me. If you come help us, you'll have lots of fun with your 4 legged friends!

If you have a passion for horses and have ridden most of your life we'd love you to come and stay with us. We normally have 2 - 3 people working here at a time so they are able to work together and during the holidays when we are a bit busier we have up to 4 - 5. We like people to stay for at least FOUR WEEKS so they can get to know the horses and trails but would allow 3 weeks if you are pushed for time. Please email me if you are interested. :) Thanks, Lucy.

We are a lamb and beef producing farm surrounded by four lakes, Lake Okareka, Lake Tarawera, Blue and Green lakes, just 15 minutes from Rotorua, a large tourist centre with plenty of activities and places to see.

We run a horse trekking business 7 days a week on the farm (Please check out our website). We usually run treks at 10am and 1.30pm. In the summer (school holidays) you will work all day most days and we will try to give you a day off each week and in the winter we usually only trek once a day and feed the horses so the work days are shorter.

I am looking for someone who is a competent horse rider and has experience with horses. Someone who has preferably owned their own horse. Jobs will involve preparing the horses for the treks, greeting customers and assisting them onto the horses, guiding treks, untacking the horses, feeding and turning them out. (The horses live out in paddocks so there is no mucking out).

We live on the farm in a large house. When we aren't horse trekking we enjoy relaxing on the lake in the boat, swimming in the hot pools when the lake water is too cold. You would be welcome to join us and can use the kayaks whenever you wish.

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