Chevron Left
Back to The Horse Course: Introduction to Basic Care and Management

Learner Reviews & Feedback for The Horse Course: Introduction to Basic Care and Management by University of Florida

702 ratings
296 reviews

About the Course

There are over 100 million horses, donkeys and mules in the world today and owners of these animals can be found on almost every continent and in almost every society. The Horse Course will cover many unique aspects of equine ownership and touch upon the science behind many of today’s management practices....

Top reviews

Jul 6, 2020

Great course. A must have for all horse lovers. The instructor explained everything in a way that I could understand and grow from. I have learned so much thanks to this course and greatly enjoyed it!

Sep 8, 2018

I have learnt so much by taking this course, so thorough and engaging, ill be sad to not be studying this on my evenings anymore for sure.\n\n100% recommend. Thankyou for holding such a great course.

Filter by:

251 - 275 of 291 Reviews for The Horse Course: Introduction to Basic Care and Management

By Jenny V M G

Jan 12, 2016

Excellen content

By Salini V

May 22, 2019

Soo interesting

By hihoce

Nov 30, 2016

Excelente curso

By Ava L

Oct 6, 2020

Very helpful!

By Grace M

Jul 23, 2020

So Awesome!!

By Justyna

Oct 5, 2020

Good course

By Gabriela I E R

Jan 10, 2017

I love it!!

By Gregor G

Oct 18, 2016

good course

By Guido A P

Nov 29, 2020


By Daniela A L R

Jan 30, 2017


By Emily R

Jul 10, 2020


By Naveed A

Apr 10, 2020


By Raphaela I W

Jan 15, 2016


By 1820471

Dec 18, 2019


By Sofia S

Jun 24, 2020


By Johanna G

May 25, 2016


By Melanie F

Apr 26, 2017


By JoAnne M F

Jan 12, 2018


By Debbie C

Mar 8, 2018


By Destiny L

Mar 13, 2016


By Sophia H

Mar 14, 2017

This course covers anything you could possibly want to know about horses or other equids. It's great for beginners, like me. Having never owned any pets, much less a horse, I felt naïve in my knowledge on the correct handling of these wonderful creatures. This course really improved confidence for when I come into contact with horses. The only downside to this course was that it only gave one view as to how horses came in existence. There are some people, like me, who believe that all equids were specially created by the Creator. Perhaps for when the makers do this course again, they could give both views and let the viewers believe what they want. But everything else was great.

By Kehan Y

Jun 6, 2020

I would like to rate this for 4.5? If it's possible to rate for half star it will be great. The course is awesome that both the forum and teacher is knowledgable and friendly. Though it's not possible to learn everything about horse care because of time limit, it introduce you basic plan for being a equid keeper. This might be helpful for me to get into horse club. But I was quite sad about the script that includes a lot of oral words like "you know", this makes note taking quite difficult. And when I would like to read the script to review, it sometimes confuses.

By Chad v G

May 29, 2020

I found this to be a very informative course, it touched on every equine related subject giving you a basic understanding of every aspect of horse management. What you learn is also directly applicable in real life, and the assignments challenge you to think about what you have learnt. All in all I found it to be an ideal course for horse "lay-people" as well as people with a very basic knowledge of horses.

By Fiona V

Apr 29, 2017

I have been around horses for years but I still learned lots of new stuff with this course. The only negative point would be that, sometimes, the lectures lack of explanations. It is the case for week 5 when talking about deworming. I could have done with a few more details about the types of dewormers and how often I should administrate them. Apart from that, the course is great and very interesting.

By Kate C

Jul 12, 2017

Excellent general information. I would have been interested in more detailed genetics and generalized health problems. I enjoyed the professor's excitement about foals and reproduction, and he did an excellent job running the lectures.