NHEEC :: EQU 101-110 Equine Science Series
EQU 101-110 Equine Science Series
The EQU 101-110 series provides a perfect foundation for a lifetime with horses. Step-by-step lessons teach the essentials of horse ownership, care and management-including some surprising facts that everyone who works with horses should know.
You'll learn how and why horses think and react the way they do, and gain greater understanding of the horse's structure and athletic ability. You'll explore nutrition, grooming, tack selection, health care and horsekeeping topics to help you become a better horse person.
Each course is divided into six lessons, including text, illustrations and assignments. New challenges are introduced throughout the series, and end with a quiz which is returned to New Horizons for grading. A Certificate of Achievement is awarded after completion of each course. Students who graduate through the entire 10-course EQU series will be awarded a special suitable-for-framing certificate. Courses should be taken consecutively, beginning with EQU 101.
This course is recommended for ages 16 and up. Courses within this series should be taken consecutively, beginning with EQU 101.
Special Breed Programs available for members of APHA, AQHA, AHA, or ApHC.
|EQU 101-110 Courses
|EQU 101-110 Complete Series
(includes free enrollment and binder)
|EQU 101-110 Equine Science Series