Bachelor of Science Degree in Natural Horsemanship

For almost a decade, the Montana Center for Horsemanship has partnered with the University of Montana Western in Dillon, Mont., to offer the nation’s first and only accredited four-year Bachelor of Science degree in natural horsemanship. Students can pursue two- or four-year degrees in natural horsemanship and customize their educational experience by choosing from four…

Building a Round Pen

Are you interested in adding a round pen to your facility? Horse people from different disciplines share advice for sizing, locating, and selecting footing for a round pen.

Horses and Higher Ed

You don’t have to put your equine enthusiasm on the back burner while you pursue an equestrian college degree. Horse Illustrated explains some of the common equine majors related to equestrian college degrees.

Ten Things We Do That Can Puzzle and Scare Horses

Some of our interactions with horses correspond to interactions between horses themselves. Giving our horse a scratch on an itchy spot or allowing them to rub their head against us, while frowned on by some trainers, mimics how horses behave together. But there are many other interactions which, from the horse’s perspective, are unusual or…

Mobile App Connects Equestrians with Support Staff

The ShowAssist app helps professional equestrians, riders, owners or parents find experienced grooms, braiders, clippers, bodyworkers and other support staff at rated US Equestrian and Equestrian Canada shows. It requires no subscription and is free to post jobs and free to apply for work.