Equine Business Webinars
Developing Your Personal Horse Network
Feeling a little lost in the horse industry? With over 988,000 horse professionals in the United States, finding the right fit for you and your horse can be challenging. A supportive horse network will help you meet your equestrian goals and support your horse’s wellbeing. This webinar discussed what you should look for when choosing a horse industry professional.
Using Social Media to Enhance Your Equine Program
Many popular social media platforms can be an excellent way to communicate, share information and publicize your equine program! During this webinar we will explore how you can safely use social media to enhance and expand your programs.
Structuring Your Horse Business to Succeed in the Future
Information from Michelle Greenlee, on how to properly structure your equine business so that it will succeed in the future.
Promotion, Marketing, and Advertising: Tips on Social Media and Low- and No-Cost Promotion
Information from Peggy Miller, Iowa State University, on how to promote your equine business through promotion, marketing, and advertising through social media.
Using Insurance to Protect Your Horse, Yourself, and Your Equine Business
Information from Wade Ellerbroek, Licensed Real Estate Broker and Appraiser, on how to properly use insurance to protect your equine business.
Horse Boarding Operations - What Is Involved?
Many people think running a horse boarding business is an easy way to make money, but little do they know there is much more to it. Before diving in to this new equine business venture, it is important to know exactly what is involved and what factors you need to consider as part of your business plan to be successful.
Find Your Dream Job in the U.S. Horse Industry
Do you dream of turning your passion into your profession? If your passion is horses, finding a career in the horse industry may be for you. The United States has the most diverse horse industry in the world, with a variety of breeds and disciplines supporting 2 million horse owners in both recreational and competitive events. The U.S. Horse Industry produces 38.8 billion dollars annually of goods and services.
College and Horses
High school graduates interested in pursuing a career involving horses have more opportunities than ever. The number of institutions offering equine-related degree programs and co-curricular activities has grown immensely in recent years. This webcast will prepare prospective college students to do their homework before making their college selection.
Top Ten Tips for Coaching Youth Riders
If you work with young riders, you know that there is much more to it than just teaching them how to ride! Add competition to the mix and things get even more complicated. Join us for some ideas to develop your program and the young people you work with as we discuss the Top Ten Tips for Coaching Youth Riders.