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Haven Horsemanship Equine Education

Online Modules, Programs & Certifications

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Are you feeling disillusioned by 'traditional' horse care practices but don't know where to turn?
Natural care for horses is growing in popularity as it has been shown to solve many health & behavioral challenges that plague horse and rider partnerships. 
In this class, you'll learn about ideal practices for keeping your horses happy and healthy.

These unique online programs are for those wanting to learn about science based, holistic, horsemanship and training. 


Individual modules from each program can be purchased from our store. 

Each module includes a presentation, notes and thoughts on each topic, as well as a resource list to get you started on your own research, and assignments to get you thinking, get you implementing, and get you started!

Or, you can apply to take the entire program which allows you to access all modules at once, receive written feedback and interact with your instructor.


We offer two levels of each program:

1. Equine Enthusiasts a.k.a. HHE2

2. Equine Education Experts (Certification Optional) a.k.a HHE3

All course and certification work can be done online.

  • How much do the courses cost?
    Costs vary depending on the program. See each Program page for more information. Our online programs can be purchased in 3 different ways. 1. If you're not ready to commit, you're welcome to purchase individual modules from our online store. If you want to upgrade to 'Program' status, please contact us. 2. You can apply and sign up for the Enthusiast level of any program. 3. You can apply and sign up for the Expert level of any program. This level is elligible for certification and designed for Equine Professionals.
  • Why should I join a program?
    When you join the Program as either an Enthusiast or an Expert - you'll have the opportunity to submit work for written feedback, interact with the instructor, and work towards your certification.
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