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Riding Master Programs
The Riding Master programs, our most popular, prepare students for hands-on, equine careers as professional trainers and riding instructors with the option to add additional skills in equine massage, barn management, breeding, farrier, leather work & more.
- Riding Master I - for students not using federal financial aid; upon completion students have the option to continue on to the Riding Master II - VI
- Comprehensive 36 Week Riding Master III - for students using federal financial aid; full time schedule; upon completion students have the option to continue on to the Comprehensive Riding Master VI
- Comprehensive 72 Week Riding Master III - for students using federal financial aid; part time schedule; upon completion students have the option to continue on to the Comprehensive Riding Master VI
Equine Science Master Programs
Designed for students who do not want to or cannot be involved in the direct riding of horses. Careers include stable manager and equine massage therapist. There are no riding classes or mounted training classes in the Equine Science Master program.
- Equine Science Master - 36 week program; eligible for federal financial aid
Designed to prepare students for a farrier career.
- Shoeing Short Course - 12 week program; not eligible for federal financial aid; well suited for students with some previous farrier knowledge and skills
- Equine Science Master with Farrier Emphasis - 36 week program; eligible for federal financial aid; more in depth with additional focus on anatomy, conformation, unsoundness, diseases, and forge work
Prior to enrolling, please review our Admission Requirements and school catalog. If you have already submitted your Enrollment Application and would like to pay your Enrollment Deposit, Transfer Fee, or Room & Key Deposit, visit our Deposits & Fees page.