11-10-2012, 11:06 PM
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Theoretically, manage the business side of a barn (sport or breeding).
May I recommend taking business classes, though. Having good accounting/bookeeping skills, coupled with excellent writing skills, plus a well rounded background in literature, history, etc., seems to be more valued by horsemen than the equine mgmt degrees.
Plus it will apply to other fields should life for you change.
If you want, you can take coursework specific to horses as electives, too.