SKIP TO PAGE CONTENT

AGEQ 2372 - LOCAL NEEDS - ADVANCED REINING

Advanced principles in training, working and showing reining horses will be taught. Topics include rules, judging, conditioning, and advanced showmanship. Students will also learn methods for keeping their horses healthy and in competitive condition during the rigors of traveling to and from shows. Showing in at least two competitions is required. Student must provide their own horse for training and or competition. 32 lecture hours + 32 laboratory hours

Upon completion, students will be able to:

  • Calculate correct drug dosage for frequently used equine pharmaceuticals
  • Design a vaccination protocol for different types of equine operations
  • Interpret clinical pathology results
  • Explain proper restraint methods of an equine patient for various veterinary procedures

Grade Basis: L
Credit Hours: 3