Sep 30, 2022  
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EQUH 454 - Equine Behavior & The Development of Natural Horsemanship

4 Credit(s)
In this capstone course, students will examine the fundamental behavioral characteristics of horses and recognize how these behaviors were utilized in the history and theory of horsemanship. The practical application of these theories will enable the graduate to identify normal and abnormal equine behaviors on an individual and herd level. Students will learn how to better interpret basic horse behaviors in relationship to current management and training practices. Finally, various equine vices or stereotypic behaviors will be discussed. Students will demonstrate their understanding of course material via class participation, written field and research reports, and examinations. $40 Course Fee

Prerequisite(s): EQUS 201 , EQUS 203 , EQUS 204 , and EQUH 352 .



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