Surveys evaluating the Texas AgriLife Extension Summer Horsemanship School Program were gathered from the summers of 2006 through 2009. Data indicate a high percentage of individuals expressed improved knowledge about horse awareness and training, and greater thinking skills were developed after participating in a clinic. Positive responses indicate improved riding confidence, more overall competence, and enjoyment from working with horses. Furthermore, improvements were seen for the majority of riders in the areas of safety, effective riding, and equipment selection. Clinic participants experienced significant learning; thus, indicating that knowledge can be increased through participation in short horsemanship clinics.
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Cavinder, C. A., Antilley, T. J., Briers, G., Sigler, D., Davidson, D., & Gibbs, P. G. (2010). Educational Value of Horsemanship Clinics to Youth and Adult Riders. The Journal of Extension, 48(6), Article 19. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol48/iss6/19