Dec 09, 2022  
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EQUH 351 - Natural Horsemanship: Refining the Foundation I

4 Credit(s)
In this course, the student uses skills including seat connection and impulsion patterns gained in EQUH 155  through EQUH 255  to focus toward refinement and suppleness. At this level, the student will gain more control of the horse’s body and feet while maintaining softness through the reins. The goal of the next two courses is for the student to continually refine the foundation to allow for lateral movements, vertical flexion, impulsion, and rein-to-feet connection. 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. 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 255 ; or c/i.



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