The students will learn basic anatomy of the human musculoskeletal and neurological systems with application to human movement.  A lab will be included with dissection. 

COURSE DESCRIPTION: 

This course is an introduction to horsemanship (in particular, natural horsemanship) and is a recreational college horsemanship program as a part of the university’s continuing education program and/or physical fitness course offering.  The student will be instructed in the process of selecting a safe and appropriate horsemanship program:  how to find, qualifications of staff, what to look for in a facility, questions to ask, and realistic goals.  The student will practice safe riding and handling based on level of schooling of horse and student.  Additionally, the student with be introduced to horse psychology, predator/prey relationships and affect on equestrian/equine relationship, horse selection, breeds of horses and styles of riding, types of riding establishments (public stables, boarding and lesson stables riding schools, training stables), types and levels of riding programs (recreational, instructional, competitive, adaptive, intensive clinics), camp programs (recreational camps, instructional camps, ranch camps, trail and out-tripping camps, specialty camps, college programs (college equine programs, recreational college program, equine professional, equine business, equine pre-vet), riding disciplines (English, Western), equipment and supplies needed for horse care and the cost factors. 

 

COURSE DESCRIPTION: 

This course is an introduction to horsemanship (in particular, natural horsemanship) and is a recreational college horsemanship program as a part of the university’s continuing education program and/or physical fitness course offering.  The student will be instructed in the process of selecting a safe and appropriate horsemanship program:  how to find, qualifications of staff, what to look for in a facility, questions to ask, and realistic goals.  The student will practice safe riding and handling based on level of schooling of horse and student.  Additionally, the student with be introduced to horse psychology, predator/prey relationships and affect on equestrian/equine relationship, horse selection, breeds of horses and styles of riding, types of riding establishments (public stables, boarding and lesson stables riding schools, training stables), types and levels of riding programs (recreational, instructional, competitive, adaptive, intensive clinics), camp programs (recreational camps, instructional camps, ranch camps, trail and out-tripping camps, specialty camps, college programs (college equine programs, recreational college program, equine professional, equine business, equine pre-vet), riding disciplines (English, Western), equipment and supplies needed for horse care and the cost factors. 

 

Basic Horsemanship (Foundations in Horsemanship) - an introductory to horsemanship in particular natural horsemanship. This course is taught in partnership with C-Bar Horsemanship a PATH Member Center.  Charla Ann Bundy is the head instructor and is certified through both PATH and CHA (Certified Horsemanship Association).  

This class meets on Monday from 1-3 pm at the C-Bar Horsemanship Indoor facility.