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Special Training Help

Equine study students can now get an “exclusive” video demonstration reply to any horse training problem they may have.

The student asks, and within hours receives by e-mail a short demonstration video made exclusively to help solve the training problem.

Students in the http://www.horsecoursesonline.com Training Performance Horses course get step by step written and graphics instruction on training horses from before the first saddle to the flying change of leads in their Internet course. But once in awhile the student can get “stuck” during the training process. Getting “unstuck” is easy now. The student sends an e-mail explaining the problem, and world champion trainer/instructor Don Blazer shoots back by e-mail a video made specifically for that student’s question.

No travel to expensive clinics for help, no wading through long generic DVDs searching for an answer, no ongoing monthly membership fees. The student gets one-on-one help starting with the first lesson while earning a “certificate of achievement” for completing the online course. If the students wants a college degree, the course is included in an accredited Bachelor of Science degree in Equine Studies or the student can get credit toward a Professional Certification as a horse trainer or riding instructor.

Students get plenty of “hands-on” help during their online courses as they must submit videos of them performing the skills being learned in many of the lessons. Instructors give critiques of the student’s progress with tips and techniques for improving performance before passing the student on to the next lesson. http://www.horsecoursesonline.com instructors are all award winners with proven success in the fields they teach and include 5 world champion trainers. Anyone is welcome to enjoy any of the 26 equine study courses without participating in a specific academic program.

 

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