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December 02, 2020 Written by Dante LaPenta | Photo courtesy of Carousel Park

Blue Hens gain hands-on experience in equine therapeutics

In Introduction to Equine Therapeutics (ANFS267), University of Delaware students learn activities and therapies facilitated through connection with horses. At Carousel Park and Equestrian Center, undergraduates gain hands-on experience to work with individuals with special needs and others with physical, cognitive and emotional challenges. Instructors prepare these Blue Hens to become credentialed, therapeutic riding instructors through the Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship International.

Blue Hens gain hands-on experience in equine therapeutics:

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