Horse Owners Certificate Level 2 (BHS)

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Description

Progression from Level 1. Subjects include fitting horse tack and boots, working out rationing for horse feeds, looking after grazing, bedding, recognising injuries, designing stable routines and shoeing.

Qualification

Horse Owners Certificate Level 2

Course Content

This course progresses on from Level 1 and expands the horse owner or enthusiast's knowledge in caring for horses in an informal environment. The course is a mixture of classroom based theory sessions with some practical sessions at Manor Stables with our horses.

  • Fitting horse tack and boots
  • Working out rationing for horse feeds
  • How to look after your grazing
  • Various types of bedding and their advantages and disadvantages
  • Reco…

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Progression from Level 1. Subjects include fitting horse tack and boots, working out rationing for horse feeds, looking after grazing, bedding, recognising injuries, designing stable routines and shoeing.

Qualification

Horse Owners Certificate Level 2

Course Content

This course progresses on from Level 1 and expands the horse owner or enthusiast's knowledge in caring for horses in an informal environment. The course is a mixture of classroom based theory sessions with some practical sessions at Manor Stables with our horses.

  • Fitting horse tack and boots
  • Working out rationing for horse feeds
  • How to look after your grazing
  • Various types of bedding and their advantages and disadvantages
  • Recognising injuries and how to treat them
  • Designing stable routines for your horses
  • Shoeing

For an additional exam fee of £20, you may sit an optional written assessment to be awarded Horse Owners Certificate Level 2. Exam fee payable on the day.

Entry Requirements

An interest in horses. Minimum age for this course is 14 years old. Tetanus protection is recommended.

What Next?

This is the first of four British Horse Society progressive horse knowledge and care courses. Move on to Level 2 courses taught at the college.Horse Owners Certificate Level 3

Next Dates

10 x Mondays

Start:

07/01/13

7pm - 9pm

Price

£195

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