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EQR 101 - Fundamentals of Horsemanship I

This course is designed for the incoming student who aspires to major in EQS or EQA but who has very limited riding experience. Concepts to be covered include correctly catching and haltering the horse, proper grooming and cooling out, tacking up for Western and English seats, mounting and dismounting, proper aids for halt, walk, and trot, identifying correct posting diagonals, developing correct riding position, general horse safety and ring etiquette, and canter if applicable. Required Riding fee

Credit Hours: 1.00

Course Fees: $1,200.00

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