Going to college for horse training

I went to college to learn about horse training. I grew up in Maine and had it not been for a challenge from a math teacher I’m not sure I would have learned that an equine career, or college, was even a choice. There are many paths that lead into the equine industry including apprenticeships, working student, assistant trainer or college to name a few.

No matter what path you take one thing is for sure; once you are on your own you will develop your own unique style in handling both horses and the customers they come with.

Check out this interview that I did with The University of Findlay.

Some other blogs I have written on this subject are:

What are the most important steps to take to become a horse trainer?

Complete list of Jobs that involve horses (almost)

Do I give up my dream to train horses? Family or business? Hobby or dream?

Is horse training an art? What drives an artist to excel?

Horse training programs or apprenticeships…does Stacy Westfall offer them?

2 Comments

  1. Brian Moser on March 7, 2015 at 9:31 am

    like the progarm about you in Collage learning to work with horses I went to AB tech in Asheville and i learn how to take care of horses also Sign Brian Moser Wangler for Best Of America by horseback

  2. Rebecca on March 6, 2015 at 11:22 pm

    You do such a great job explaining, encouraging, and helping people!

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