Duration: 2 hours
It is not always practical to keep a horse solely at grass depending on the individual horses needs and the type of work the horse is required to do. A horse may need to be kept stabled, either periodically or on a more permanent basis, due to the facilities available, quality and availability of grazing, injury or illness, for convenience or for a variety of other reasons. In this course, you'll learn when and how to keep horses in a stable. Includes material on types of stabling, bedding, mucking out, feeding and watering, and grooming.
Please note: Course notes are provided in PDF format for your convenience and can be downloaded to print or view on your device.