Equestrian Course Spotlight: Introduction to the Horse Industry
In one of their first semesters on campus, every equestrian student at William Woods University, whether working toward a bachelor in equestrian science or equestrian studies, takes EQU 111 Introduction to the Horse Industry. The course is an introduction to equestrians and horse organizations and the role of the horse in today’s society. While most […]Read More...
September 16th, 2016
Posted in Equine Culture
Business skills matter for every equestrian student and aspiring equine professional
“If I didn’t own a horse, this car would be a Ferrari.” A common bumper sticker around the stable. Keeping and caring for a horse is expensive, as is running a horse business. So it comes as no surprise that equestrians — regardless of profession — must hold basic business skills for successful careers. That’s equine veterinarians, […]Read More...
February 25th, 2016
Posted in Equestrian Studies At Work, Leaders