UW Students To Teach Horsemanship In Europe
LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) — University of Wyoming students will be teaching horsemanship to riders in Europe this summer.
UW's newly formed Equine Program in the Department of Animal Science recently received an American Quarter Horse Association International Horsemanship Grant.
They will use the grant to teach horsemanship and equine science classes to AQHA members in Europe. UW's application was selected from among some of the nation's top equine science programs.
UW extension equine specialist Amy McLean says the program is honored to represent the largest single equine breed association in the world.
McLean will travel to Europe with four students. They will conduct clinics in Sweden, the United Kingdom, Ireland and Denmark.