I have the neat opportunity to work, when I want, on weekends or after work in the Summer at a premiere Thoroughbred and Quarter Horse sporthorse breeding and training facility here in Georgia. I will not be working for monetary compensation. I offered my services solely on a bartering agreement and just to have something to do and be around horses.
It's always a good feeling when you tell someone your skills: the ones you're more than comfortable in, and the skills that you're less comfortable in, but only because you haven't performed them often enough, and they come back with, "you sound perfect!" and "you sound unbelievable." Now, most of what I have done with horses I don't consider "unbelievable," but I guess, for some people it is.
I don't know the ins and outs yet about what the "job" entails, but I expect to speak with the facility owners soon.
The stable is immaculate and is modeled after a European chateau.