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Horse Schools: The International Guide to Universities, Colleges, Preparatory and Secondary Schools, and Specialty Equine Programs-Angelia Almos

  • Title: Horse Schools: The International Guide to Universities, Colleges, Preparatory and Secondary Schools, and Specialty Equine Programs
  • Author: Angelia Almos
  • Released: 2004-12-01
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  • Pages: 336
  • ISBN: 157076297X
  • ISBN13: 978-1570762970
  • ASIN: 157076297X

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Review

"I recommend all parents with teenagers interested in an equine career sit down with this book and their child to help plan their career today."  —Equine Network Magazine



"Anyone interested in the horse industry in the U.S. and internationally would likely find this book fascinating."  —The Horsemen's Voice

"A comprehensive guide to all types of training and education around the world."  —The Instructor



"Perhaps my favorite part, and section that's sure to be a hit with the parents, is the section on scholarships. There are scholarship opportunities for almost any horse crazy kid."  —The Equiery



"Very organized and user friendly and provides a wealth of information."  —Today's Equestrian



"What a handy reference book! . . . Should, at the very least, be in every public and secondary school library. The scope of this book is without equal."  —The Aiken Horse



"Every high school and college counselor ought to have this on hand."  —American Quarter Horse Journal

--This text refers to an alternate edition.

From the Publisher Whether a parent seeking a preparatory school, a college–bound equestrian with a competitive edge, or a student desiring an education leading to a career with horses, readers will find this manual the most comprehensive guide to horse–related schools and programs available. It begins with a self–quiz to help determine what kind of school is most appropriate for the prospective student; it lists hundreds of fields of study and equestrian careers; and it includes helpful sections on equine–oriented scholarships, intercollegiate associations, and equestrian federations around the world. School descriptions include contact information, degrees and majors offered, and summaries of facilities and expenses. Angelia Almos has been involved with horses since the age of five. She lives in Lake Tahoe, California. pdf
 
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