Final Project
Complete a Final Project
As part of the course requirements for AGR3070: Equine2, you are expected to complete a final project. You may choose one of the three options listed below or develop an idea of your own. You must receive approval from your teacher if you design your own project.

Option 1 Create a trifold brochure, entitled “So you’re interested in owning a horse?” that demonstrates and shares your understandings of “approved” practices for the daily care of a horse.
Option 2 Create a “Project Horse” website design, targeted at horse owners and riders, that addresses aspects of responsible care and horsemanship skills.
Option 3 Enhance and develop a personal profile, highlighting horse care and horsemanship skills gained that can apply to a future career choice. This project option builds on a personal profile developed in the Equine1 Virtual Apprentice 2070 course.

Apply Your Experience
projects Alternatively, receive credit for your final project by submitting a signed statement from your riding instructor or a trained and experienced adult that certifies your ability to safely and humanely handle, train, ride and provide a range of daily care tasks for a horse.

projects The Project planning guide provides a more detailed overview of each final project option as well as a template that helps you to plan your project. A Project Rubric is included to help you understand the criteria for assessment of your project.
Have you completed your learning tasks? Revisit and review your progress using the Equine2 3070 Learning checklist and make sure you’ve finished each task in the checklist.

Congratulations! Consider how you may apply what you have learned about animal care and welfare to your future personal, career or occupational interests and goals.