Equine Sciences

Associated Teachers/Faculty

Ms. Linda Corson, Ms. Clarice Menesale, and Ms. Emily Poulin.

Career Program Description

The Equine Science program allows each student to build a successful career path by providing hands-on experiences. Throughout the courses in this program students will explore many aspects of Equine Science including: Basic Equine Care, Training Techniques, Riding/Driving, Emergency Care, Barn Management Practices, Riding Instruction, Equine Health Care, Breeding and Genetics, Anatomy and Physiology, Nutrition and General Wellness, Laws and Regulations, and Practical Horsemanship.

Career Paths

  • Horse Trainer
  • Nutritionist
  • Equine Vet
  • Equine Vet Tech
  • Riding Instructor
  • Agriculture Teacher
  • Equine Massage Therapist
  • Therapeutic Riding Instructor
  • Animal Breeder
  • Equine Care Specialist
  • Barn Manager
  • Farrier
  • Equine Program Director


  • OSHA 10 Hour General Industry

Industry Partnerships 

  • The National FFA Organization

Meeting Documentation

Advisory Committee Members

Tricia Fiore, Hunters Haven Farm
Justin Goguen, Rising Star Equestrian Center
Joelle Graham, Dover Saddlery
Amanda Hogan, Windrush Farm
Cassie Houde, Black Oak Stables
Liz Johnson, UNH and On the Bit Events
Andrea Manley, Stubben Saddle Company
Bryan Parrott, Parrott Equine Assoc. LLC
Robin Peterson, Back Bay Farm
Megan Piermarini-Liff, Back Bay Farm
Kelley Radochia
Mikaela Radochia