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    Currently organising my equine work experience, I've ridden since I was little and worked at a riding stables 2013-15, but now need a week placement to be within the 18month time bracket.

    What I was wondering is would it be better to do something on a racing yard or stud where I'm more likely to see vet stuff, or do something at a basic riding school or livery yard which is more 'normal'? Is there something unis prefer? Thanks


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    They don't prefer riding schools over racing yards or studs, or vice versa. But given that you're horsey I would suggest going somewhere that you stand to learn most, so probably not a riding school since you've already spent countless hours on one.

    Don't worry too much about seeing vetty things (although it's always a plus!), for husbandry placements like these universities just as interested in your ability to learn how to look after animals (and therefore prevent potential problems).

    Best of luck with organising a placement.
 
 
 
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