EQUH - Equine Horsemanship

Courses

EQUH 110. Western Equitation. 2 Credits. (2 Lab) F,S

Western equitation techniques including introductory training techniques. Students should allow 15 minutes to get to Miller Stock Pavillion. Transportation is student's responsibility and not included in course fees.

EQUH 114. Beginning English Equitation. 2 Credits. (1 Lab) F,S

Beginning English equitation technique, including horse behavior, horse handling, equipment and basic horse anatomy. Students should allow 15 minutes to get to Miller Stock Pavillion. Transportation is student's responsibility and not included in course fees.

EQUH 133. Horses: Ground Level. 2 Credits. (2 Lab)

Designed to teach safe horsemanship; ground level. Students will learn handling skills to establish leadership and mutual respect. Skills taught will help students prepare horses for the vet, farrier, and outings. Students will gain awareness of body language to gage possible outcomes of situations.

EQUH 207. Intermed English Equitation. 2 Credits. (1 Lab) S

PREREQUISITE: EQUH 114. Advanced English equitation techniques including collecting, lateral movements and beginning jumping. Students should allow 15 minutes to get to Miller Stock Pavillion. Transportation is student's responsibility and not included in course fees.

EQUH 210. Intermed Western Equitation. 2 Credits. (2 Lab) F,S

PREREQUISITE: EQUH 110 or permission of instructor. Students will learn advanced movements and maneuvers such as collection, roll-backs, turn-arounds, and lead changes. Students must have secure seat and hands. Training methods for the green horse and tuning techniques for the older broke horse will be covered. Students should allow 15 minutes to get to Miller Stock Pavillion. Transportation is student's responsibility and not included in course fees.

EQUH 253. Starting Colts. 2 Credits. (2 Lab) F

PREREQUISITE: Full time student, sophomore standing or higher, in good academic standing and consent of instructor. Principles and techniques of breaking and training young horses.

EQUH 256. Developing The Young Horse. 2 Credits. (1 Lab) S

PREREQUISITE: EQUH 253, full time student, sophomore standing or higher, in good academic standing and consent of instructor. Advanced techniques and training for reining, cutting, or working cow horses. For experienced riders.

EQUH 292. Independent Study. 1-3 Credits.

EQUH 314. Equestrian Instruction Methods. 2 Credits. (1 Lec, 1 Lab; 2 cr max) F,S

PREREQUISITE: EQUH 110, EQUH 210, or consent of instructor. The object of this course is to develop competent riding instructors who can communicate effectively and motivate students to higher riding skills. Students should allow 15 minutes to get to Miller Stock Pavillion. Transportation is student's responsibility and not included in course fees.