Equine Management

  • Participate in the care, training, exercising, and grooming of horses
  • Develop an understanding of stable management, veterinary procedures, terminology, and disease prevention
  • Research horse show management, photography, breeding, insurance, and racing


What can I do when I graduate?
  1. Tack or feed sales
  2. Groom
  3. Horse farm employee
  4. Veterinary assistant
  5. Track or show photography
  6. Equipment sales
What would I do in this class?
  1. Basic horse handling skills
  2. Safety in all areas of the program
  3. Anatomy of the horse
  4. Development of riding and driving skills based on individual’s level of skil
  5. Stable management and recordkeeping
  6. Nutrition and feeding
  7. Knowledge of tack and equipment
  8. Career development
What can I do with further training?
  1. Veterinary technician
  2. Farm manager
  3. Farrier
  4. Riding instructor
  5. Trainer
  6. Nutritionist

Program Quick Facts


College Credits

  • None available at this time.

Available Certifications

  • None

Lab Fees

  • Level 1 (junior) - $ 44.00
  • Level 2 (senior) - $ 40.00

Uniform requirements

  • Outdoor wintertime work clothes, riding helmet, and proper riding boots

Career/Tech Club Affiliation


  • None at this time.