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A Bit About Me and my Horse(s) is Canada's first employment website dedicated to the equine industry!

It is free for job seekers to search jobs, post a resume and apply online. Your dream job could be waiting for you at

Are you an Employer looking to hire? Look no further than! Post jobs online, search resumes, hire a recruiter, perform background checks, obtain drivers abstracts and much, much more.
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Working in the breeding industry

Who doesn’t love the sight of newborn foals frolicking in the pasture or stretched out across a patch of green grass, soaking in the warmth of the sun?  If you love everything related to foaling season – from genetic mapping, to breeding, to birth – then a job in equine reproduction and breeding farm management might be right for you.…


Posted on June 14, 2011 at 1:10pm

Are resumes a thing of the past?

The old school resume is considered passe in many forward thinking industries and organisations. Creative thinking and "out of the box" approaches can be a major deal maker.  Modern day resumes are more than just a piece of paper with a chronological list of work experience, but, do these creative approaches work in the equine industry or are we behind the times?


Check out some of these creative CVs or Resumes for the…


Posted on May 28, 2011 at 3:01pm

Can your barn job be Deadly?

Sometimes it is not the horse, but the horsepower that is a real danger on the farm or around the barn.

In 2010 alone, There were 22 work related deaths on Alberta farms in that year. Of the 22 fatalities, 19 were males, 12 were 60 or over, and 3 were children. Four incidents were electrocutions, and another four involved either baling or moving bales.  This number doesn't even come close to the number of work related injuries.   Do we take too much…


Posted on April 5, 2011 at 1:06pm

Racetrack workers and WSIB – your questions answered.

Racetrack workers and WSIB - read our latest blog post – your questions answered.

Posted on July 28, 2010 at 9:58pm

Resumes are SOOOO last year!!?

For my role here at, I follow a lot of blogs and career newsletters. Seth Godin writes a wickedly good blog in regards to marketing and one of his posts really made me stop in my tracks.

Are resumés old fashioned and out of date?

Seth reflects on his time looking for interns and the barrage of cookie cutter resumés that he received. BORING! As a marketing guy in the marketing business he is attracted to out of the box thinking, ad sense and… Continue

Posted on January 12, 2010 at 2:57pm

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At 12:30pm on June 21, 2011, Sarah at said…

Free Hoofcare Seminar Series with Dave Dawson

JULY 7th, 2011 - from 8pm
FoxFire Equestrian Centre, Uxbridge, Ontario

“Mapping the Equine Foot”

Take a look at your horses hooves.  Do you know what to look for?  Do you know what your farrier looks for?
Recognized local farrier, Dave Dawson, hosts the second seminar evening in his series on hoofcare.  On this evening, July 7th, Dave examines the symmetry and balance of a healthy hoof and how to determine the correct style of shoeing to suit each horse’s sport.

Dave Dawson is a member of the North Eastern Association of Equine Practitioners (NAEP) and has over 15 years of experience as a Farrier and working with Veterinarians to provide medically directed equine podiatry solutions.

This is a great seminar for all horseowners, grooms and barn managers and farriers.  Everyone is welcome  Refreshments will be served as will lively conversation and a few laughs.

Visit for directions and more details.
RSVP to Martha at 905-751-4625 by July 5th  at the latest.  Spaces are limited.

At 7:57am on May 15, 2011, DR-Horses said…
Tank you!
At 12:55pm on April 5, 2011, Sarah at said…

Hi everyone - Sorry to have been so absent from Barnmice in the past few months.  Don't forget that you can always catch me online with Facebook and twitter  as well as our own blog at




At 10:35am on October 5, 2010, Sarah at said…
Glad to welcome Spruce Meadows as one of our latest employers on :)
At 7:49am on July 11, 2010, Rosanna Leitner said…
Thank you Sarah ! :)
At 10:19pm on July 10, 2010, Sarah at said…
Free business listings are available at - enter your profile information as an empoyer and simply check the FREE DIRECTORY LISTING box.'s that easy :)
At 4:39pm on May 12, 2010, Jeanne Lambrecht said…
Thank you Sarah!
At 10:20pm on April 16, 2010, Red Ponies said…
thanks. I am not really sure how to use this site, just learning haha
At 6:07pm on March 24, 2010, Sonia said…
Hello Sarah
I tried to add a business listing under resources but I was having some trouble. I could only search for one, not add one? Any ideas?
At 3:00am on March 19, 2010, P.Ann Turner said…
HEllo Sarah,

I will post my paying student job then, as I am looking for someone to come and stay with me who wants to learn about body work and the connection to problems under saddle. Thanks! ann.



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