Online Courses from Other Providers

Explore online education from our accredited providers. Each course is approved for USDF University and education credits are awarded upon completion and submission. Additional costs may apply.

Training at your fingertips. Learn from top experts with Dressage Today’s video on-demand training resource. Browse the USDF eLearning section for approved USDF University courses. My Horse University (MHU) was established in 2005 at Michigan State University. MHU’s courses provide a comprehensive and convenient learning experience for all horse enthusiasts.
In her monthly, 6 lecture webinar series, Natalie teaches horse owners, trainers, veterinarians, farriers and other equine professionals how to better balance equine diets without lengthy math problems or spending more money. She teaches little- known, but very powerful industry secrets that will give you and your clients confidence and purpose at the feed store. Topics include "Equine Nutrition Power Tools- Get a Grip on your Feed and Supplements", "Stop Guessing and Start Gloating- The Forage First Factor", "The HiTech World of Horse Feeds", and "Gaining Feed Room Autonomy". She also invites highly respected equine nutrition researchers and nutritionists from around the country to present a guest lecture each month. Participants of On Course Equine Nutrition's course series are eligible for all future guest lecturers. Natalie saves you time, money and stress by teaching you HOW to think about your current and future horse's nutrition programs. Invest in your feeding future! A 6-month interactive online rider training program using Pilates principles presented by Janice Dulak. Increase your fitness and understand how to use your body effectively while riding. The program is available 24/7 with live conference calls.
Dr. Eleanor Kellon, VMD of Equine Nutritional Solutions, is an expert on applications of nutraceuticals for horses. As an authority in the field of equine nutrition and performance, Dr. Kellon’s courses specialize in horse care, nutrition and management.
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