WISCONSIN EQUINE PROGRAMS
The University of Wisconsin
is located in Madison, Wisconsin, and offers a professsional Doctoral (DVM) degree through the
School of Veterinary Medicine.
The University provides equine care and surgery through its University Teaching Hospital.
The University is a land garnt school and is base for the USDA Extension 4-H Program in Wisconsin. The 4-H Program offers an online
4-H Horse Association Handbook
that offers coverage of Wisconsin Horse Events, Projects, 4-H Guidelines, and statewide 4-H Horse Competitions.
The University also offers a competitive
The University of Wisconsin-River Falls
is located in River Falls, Wisconsin, and offers a Bachelor of Science in Animal Science with two options: an Emphasis in Equine Science or an Emphasis on Equine Management.
Course work includes: Eqine Management and Equitation I-II, Equine Production, Advanced Horsemanship and Balanced Seat Riding, Principles of Breeding, Equine Equitation and Management Lab, Agricultural Law, Agricultural Accounting, Equine Evaluation I-II, Riding School Operation and Management, Farrier Training, Horsemanship I-II, Teaching Techniques of Riding, Principles of Training Horses, Techniques in Dressage and Jumping, Equine Reproductive Techniques, and Internships.
Students may also participate in the University's
Horse Breeding Program
Colts in Training Program.
Students can also participate in the Annual Colt Sale.
Facilities include a heated Indoor Arena (85 x 180), 50-stall Barn, and outside Rodeo Arena.
The University also has a competitive
competing in Hunt Seat and Western.
is located in Ripon, Wisconsin. The College does have an equine degree program, but does offer a competitive
The Team competes in Hunt Seat and Western.
The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
is located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The University does not have an equine degree program but does offer a competitive