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- Farrier – They provide care to the hooves of your horse. This may include trimming, shaping, applying shoes, and resolving lameness. Depending on experience and location, farriers can charge as little as $60 for shoes or as much as $300. Salaries can range considerably, but the average reported is around $92,623 a year.
- Veterinarian – Services such as annual exams and shots, emergency care, reproductive health, and soundness evaluations can all be part of their job duties. Those with an established practice may yield approximately $85,000 annually.
- Dental Technician – Earning as much as $76,000 a year, dental technicians float teeth and resolve problems in the mouth.
- Sales Representative – Those specializing in the sale of equine products and feed may make nearly $70,000 annually. Some jobs may be inside sales or outside sales, depending on the company and position. Many will require at least some travel.
- Mounted Police Officer – By enforcing the law and controlling crowds, the average mounted police officer yields around $53,000 a year.
- Broodmare Manager – They assist in the breeding operation of show or race horses. This can include foal watch, teasing mares, and the aftercare of mare and foal. Salaries are about $40,000 a year.