Wow. I didn't even know there were equine colleges in America, or anywhere else for that matter. Fascinating. I was way ahead of the times. In my day, women didn't even become veterinarians, or at least not very many did. I wanted to be one, but it just wasn't done. Besides the math and chemistry classes would have weeded me out early on. I was an English major. More power to you. Best wishes in your studies and future career. Virginia
Does anyone know if the stallions at Lanes End are ridden? I visited Three Chimneys several times and was told each time that they rode most of the stallions daily.
What exactly does it take to land a job at Lane's End...must be a multitude of things...must one go to equine college?? thoughts or ideas??
I agree with carolcouvillon: the forum is a good substitute, but nothing comes close to the genuine cleverness of the Diary. It combined information with such a gentle sweetness. I've been a bit amazed at the somewhat cranky responses from some folk in the forum - especially if they disagree with what others are posting. That is definitely not something that was around with the Diary. Perhaps some people are irritable after winter and looking forward to spring? Whatever, tolerance needs to be remembered at all times.