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EQUH 252 - Natural Horsemanship: Building a Relationship

3 Credit(s)
In this course, the student will learn how to get the horse to respond at a new level. In EQUH 155 , the goal was to develop respect and confidence. The student will develop more feel, better timing, and more harmony with the horse. The student will learn about impulsion and how to use reins less and the seat more while in the saddle. In addition to mastery of the theory and ideology of natural horsemanship, students must also demonstrate their competency and mastery of covered techniques by their correct application of skills sets with their horse, both on the ground and under saddle. If time permits, students will refine that respect and confidence to build a connection that will be tested by work at liberty (without a lead line and halter). Students will demonstrate their understanding of course material via class participation, written field and research reports, and examinations.

Prerequisite(s): Acceptance into Natural Horsemanship program, and EQUH 155 , and horse evaluation; or c/i.



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