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Monday, July 15, 2019

Equine Education

DelawareValley University, an open-air classroom with many and varied degrees

DOYLESTOWN, Pa.--Located in picturesque Doylestown, the Delaware Valley University campus boasts more than 500 acres of beautifully maintained land that serves as a real-life, open-air classroom for many of our degree programs.

DelVal 1The Department of Equine Science and Management offers a Bachelor of Science degree in Equine Management, with specializations available in Business Management, Instruction and Training, and Media and Communication, and a B.S. in Equine Science with a specialization in Breeding, and additionally, an Associate’s Degree in Equine Studies.

DelVal 2All equine students have the opportunity to handle, ride, train, manage, and breed horses, as well as assist in foaling management, neonatal care, event management, and young-stock handling and sales throughout their academic career.

As a British Horse Society approved facility and testing center, DelVal faculty members find that employers in the industry appreciate the hands-on experience and quality of graduates we send into the industry.

On-campus Equestrian and Breeding Centers are just a short walk from the residence halls.

The study abroad program with Hartpury College in England is a unique opportunity for Equine students, as well.

DelVal 3The riding skills classes that Equine students take as part of their curriculum help to improve both flatwork and jumping skills, developing well-rounded, marketable employees for the industry.

Another highlight of DelVal is the many co-curricular activities offered for Equine students. The DelVal riding teams (hunt seat, western, and dressage) are nationally ranked and have students from all majors.

To schedule a tour or for more information about Delaware Valley University, the equine programs, and riding teams, check out www.delval.edu or contact the Office of Admission at 1.800.2.DelVal or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Meredith Manor, an accredited horse college

WAVERLY, W. VA.--At Meredith Manor International Equestrian Centre, it's all about horses all of the time.

Meredith M 1Students at Meredith Manor get a hands-on experience, all day, every day.

Our mix of instruction, clinics and small group activities means our students develop relationships with their teachers, the horses and each other.

They achieve the skills and self confidence they need to be a success in the global horse industry.

Are you ready to begin your Meredith Manor adventure?

Meredit M 2Our campus is located in beautiful Waverly, W. Va.

We are an accredited horse college offering certifications in riding, training, farrier, leather works, horse massage and equine science.

Focus on one area or several, it's your future - your career.

If you love horses, we want to help you turn your passion into your career. It can be done!

Start your future at The Manor by calling us today at 1-800-679-2603 or visit www.meredithManor.edu.

The Equine Science Center at Rutgers University’s New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station: Providing World-Class Equine Education

NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J.--The Rutgers University Equine Science Center is recognized globally and locally as a resource for the equine industry as it strives to provide “Better Horse Care through Research and Education.”

RUTGERS 1This mission is made possible through the Center’s efforts to educate students, stakeholders, and the public, train advocates for the equine and other agriculturally-based industries, find solutions for issues in the equine industry through science-based inquiry, and explore the relationship between horses and humans.

The cutting-edge research performed at the Center is a result of the dedication of the its world-class faculty and their students.

One of the key events hosted by the Equine Science Center is the annual Summer Showcase.

The 2019 Summer Showcase promises to be a fun and educational day for all.

Please join us on Wednesday, July 10 from 10am to 12pm at the Red Barn on College Farm Road.

Rutgers 2This event is free and open to all, so bring your friends with you!

You can register for the event at bit.ly/2019SummerShowcase.

You are encouraged to register before July 3rd, but registrations will be accepted right up to the day of the event.

For more information, call 848-932-9419 or visit www.esc.rutgers.edu or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Lake Erie College has added a summer riding program

Lake Erie College School of Equine Studies Bachelor’s Degree program in Equine Therapeutic Horsemanship continues to expand.

Lake Erie 2The school’s PATH Intl. Premier Accredited Therapeutic Riding Center now offers a summer riding program enhancing its mission to guide, educate, and support emerging therapeutic horsemanship professionals while serving the needs of the community through equine-assisted activities and therapies.

Lake Erie 1Instructor track graduates emerge fully prepared to apply for PATH certification thanks to classes like Methods and Materials of Teaching Riding, Equine Assisted Learning and Psychotherapy, and a wide range of riding classes.

Administrator track students take courses in Business Law, Marketing, and Organizational Behavior along with equestrian courses including Equestrian Business Essentials, Equine Health, and more.

Lake Erie 3The Lake Erie College program’s intense hands-on experience combined with its comprehensive professional curriculum, LEC graduates are much sought after in a Therapeutic Horsemanship market showing exponential growth and an ever-growind demand for certified instructors and qualified administrators.

For more information, visit www.lec.edu or call 440-375-7000.

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