Tolt Away Icelandic Horse Farm

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Tolt Away Icelandic Horse Farm

  • Marker details
  • DescriptionIcelandic Horse Farm with about 60 horses on the farm.
    A training facility for Icelandic Horses nestled into the mountains of BC.
    Riders and non- riders welcome.
  • LocationCanada, British Columbia, North Okanagan, Enderby

  • Work
  • Type of work We could use your help with various tasks depending on the time of year.
    Right now we do need help with some building projects, feeding, cleaning, fencing and some forestry work at times as well,

    If you are an Icelandic Horse rider with experience with the gaits, we can use your help with training and riding of the horses.
  • Hours per day 5-6 hrs a day - 5-6 days
  • Work requirements: NON smokers only! If you like to work outside and do not mind to get your hands dirty or to really help you are our kind of person.
  • Host's preferences
  • Availability: Send a message to inquire.
  • Duration of stay: minimum 3 weeks - riders longer
  • Maximum number of helpers: 3
  • Last minute requests: Okay
  • Host
  • Languages:English,German
  • Has pets? dogs and horses residue of a cat maybe still in the house.
  • Smokes at home? No
  • Accommodation: Comfortable room with 2- 3 beds - shared bath room
    We do the laundry
    Internet available - but no downloads of movies or such
    Good food , but not for Vegans or Vegetarians as I like to cook with meat
  • Additional info
  • House dust and gluten allergies can not be accommodated. You will be in contact with hay, hair of horses and dogs as well as cats - so allergies in this field are a no go automatically.
    NON-smokers only and no exemption - we are out of fire protection and will not tolerate smoking anywhere on the farm.