Horse Breeder

Also known as Horse Stud Manager.
Plans, organises, controls, coordinates and performs farming operations to breed and raise horses for competition, dressage, eventing, showjumping, riding for pleasure and working.
Training time - No data available -
Avg. weekly wage $889
Employment prospects Moderate
Employment size 500

What does a Horse Breeder do?

  • breeding and raising livestock for the production of honey, meat, milk, skins, eggs and wool
  • monitoring and maintaining the health and condition of livestock
  • providing pastures and fodder to maintain appropriate nutritional levels
  • moving livestock to optimise feeding opportunities
  • organising and conducting farming operations such as catching, drenching and milking livestock, sterilising machines, and collecting, grading and packaging produce
  • directing and overseeing general farming activities such as maintaining pens, sheds and cages, fertilising, controlling pests and weeds, and growing fodder
  • maintaining fences, equipment and water supply systems
  • organising the sale, purchase and transportation of livestock and produce
  • maintaining and evaluating records of farming activities, monitoring market activity and planning production accordingly
  • managing business capital including budgeting, taxation, debt and loan management

Specialisations

  • Stud Master/Mistress

Related courses

Government-subsidised training is marked with this symbol
Diploma of Horse Industry Management (Performance Horse)
TAFE
Diploma of Organic Farming
TAFE
Graduate Certificate in Management
TAFE
Diploma of Horse Breeding (Stud Management)
TAFE