Hocking College offers students four equine programs to choose from and, in only four semesters, students can receive their Associate of Applied Science in one of the following categories:
- Farrier Science and Business
- Equine Health and Complementary Therapies
- Wilderness Horsemanship
- Animal Assisted Therapy (Equine track)
This blog offers more information about Hocking College’s Wilderness Horsemanship Program.
Hocking College's Wilderness Horsemanship Program
- Camp or stable riding instructors. They give horsemanship and riding lessons to children, teenagers, and adults of all ages.
- Outfitters and packer. They take groups on day trips or overnight trips through the mountains, and need wilderness responder training.
- Horse trainers. They teach and train young horses for ranches or work with a customer's horse(s) teaching them specialized discipline techniques.
- Wranglers and guides. They organize and lead group trail rides and outings for dude ranches and other facilities all across the U.S.
- Teamsters. They drive wagons or carriages to destinations that can’t be reached by vehicles for tourism-based companies, farms/ranches, and logging businesses.
What Skills Will I Learn In The Program?
For more information on Hocking College’s Equine Programs, contact Equine Science Program Manager, Bethany Siehr, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (740) 753-6282.