Well after thinking for I'd say a good 6 years of what I'd like to major in, in college, I've decided to try Equine Science. I LOVE working with horses and training them so I thought that Equine Science might be something that I'd be interested in.
My bad habit is that I'll start something, loose interest with it and then move on...it's happened lots of time with guitar playing, Tae Kwon Do, swimming, soccor, etc. My parents were worried that I'd loose interest in horses but I haven't so far which is great...and I doubt I would cause even if I do loose interest in that I'd still have Sonny and I doubt I'd EVER loose interest in my boy .
My barn owner has been nice enough to let me work with some of the greener horses and help train them...also to work out bad habits, etc on the lesson horses (example of one was bucking while he cantered...I had fun with that one hehe.....or another example was bolting each time a little kid...not an adult...would ask for a trot).
For all those that have taken is is currently taking an Equine Science class in college, what do you all think of it? Are you enjoying it?
The lady who was acting as agent when I bought my horse was a graduate of the college I want to attend to and she highly recommended it.
Here's the website for the Equine Science on the college: