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    10-04-2012, 08:09 PM
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Has any one got a degree in "Equine Exercise Physiology"

I am thinking about going to the local school for Equine Exercise Physiology, and was wondering is any one else has gone to school for this?

"The Equine Exercise Physiology specialization under the Associate in Science degree in Equine Studies focuses on studying the physical aspects of the equine athlete. Muscle physiology, conditioning techniques, manual therapeutic support, injury and rehabilitation are critical components involved in the training and support of high performance horses. Students will also study the role of farrier science as well as tack and equipment. Typical employment following completion of this program includes positions as trainers, grooms and rehabilitation technicians."

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