An ‘exceptional’ role looking after The Queen’s horses is on offer at Buckingham Palace.
The Royal Mews, is seeking a ‘liveried helper’ on a full-time permanent basis and candidates have until Thursday (10 October) to apply.
Reporting to the coachman, the role involves all aspects of horse care, including caring for and training of the Queen’s carriage horses and maintaining harnesses.
A spokesman for the royal household said the job is about knowing the horses are “ready to perform on the world stage”.
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Article written by: Becky Murray