Bibliography – Learn and Keep Learning

Over the years I have taught myself many things, from DIY, dressmaking, computers, web design, motor mechanics, playing the guitar and a favorite singing just to mention a few. To follow on and develop my skills in horsemanship was no different to learning any other subject I had taught myself…

  • Read or Watch on YouTube
  • Learn
  • Apply
  • Remember

Obtaining certificates to say I can do this where no law is relevant never entered my mind until people started asking “where did you do your training”? Being self-taught and experienced no longer seems to be acceptable for many areas of horsemanship, people like to see qualifications. Taking this to heart I set out to start putting my already learned knowledge to paper at Greenwich University.

Obtaining a  BSc Honors Degree in Equine Sports Therapy and Rehabilitation, the learning is presentations and lectures a bit of practice and sometimes a dissection but then back to learning and more research the same way I have always done. Read, Learn, Apply and Remember.

The student loan to cover the costs of the course and living expenses it going to exceed £70,000 by the end of 2019, let us hope that getting the qualification will be of value.

This page has been created to show areas I have trained myself over the years and with research during obtaining a BSc Degree, it will keep on growing as I continue to expand my knowledge, I hope you find it of value too!

To find anything particular in this growing list click ‘Ctrl +F’ on your keyboard and type a word (such as ‘hoof’ or ‘laminitis’) and hit enter, it will take you to references relating to your keyword.  This page is not going to be of value to everyone, but those who are looking and searching for good learning sources or even if you are in University at the moment, it will be of value to you.  It is not listed in any reference style.

Self-taught most of the time! Thank you to all who choose to share their knowledge publicly!

Learn and Keep Learning!

The Greatest Teachers are our Horses!

 

Mel with 9

Melanie Hetfield with Paddock Sanctuary Horses ‘Group Photo’

 

References

Topics related to Equine Illnesses and Diseases, Equine Hoof Care, Professional Business Practices, Coaching Skills, Ground Handling Methods, Herbalism for Horses, Veterinary Diagnosis and Treatments, Hydrotherapy.

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Brega, J. (2010) Equine business management (essential equine studies). London, United Kingdom: J.A.Allen & Co.

Denoix, J.-M., ISELP, C., LA-ECVDI, A. and ACVSMR, D. (2014) Biomechanics and physical training of the horse. London: Manson Publishing.

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