05-23-2014, 12:37 AM
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Are you on your own or living with parents? Either way you could always apply for financial aid. It would cover most if not all expenses for the first few years.
I wouldn't waste my time with a degree in horse training. If you are good, people will come. A better idea would be to try to get with some of the top trainers in your area and move up from there. Learn as much as you can and become well rounded.
If becoming a vet is what you are passionate about, go for it. It is normal for most college students to take out loans. My vet was out on his own at a young age. By the time he graduated he had over $200,000 in student loans. Now, some vets never make it big and are stuck with an ever growing loan, unable to pay it off. And others are very successful without a worry in the world. It depends on how far you want to go with your career.