Last Call for the FREE Online Youth Offering for How to Speak Horse

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Discover why teens from around the globe are signing up to learn how to communicate with horses and forge relationships built on that understanding.  Students from all over Canada and as far away as Australia, New Zealand, Italy and the United Kingdom are enrolling in the limited time FREE offering of Horse Behaviour & Safety on This on-demand, online course is free until November 31, 2022, thanks to EquiMania’s amazing partners who are helping to fund tuition for the free course. 

Learn to speak horse with the free youth course offered at

There is approximately two weeks’ worth of material and fun activities for kids to access whenever they like, 24/7.  At the end of the course, a certificate of completion is awarded.

Course Goals are to:

  • Understand horse behaviour and how to speak their language
  • Learn smart, practical horse handling skills
  • Reduce physical risks on your horse’s farm

Course Topics include:

  1. Horse Behaviour – Wild vs Stabled
  2. How Horses See and Hear
  3. Herd Behaviour – How Horses Interact with Each Other
  4. Horse Handling – Basic Safety Around Horses
  5. Rider/Helmet Safety
  6. Safe Trailering – Basics
  7. Fire Safety
  8. Safety around the Barn and Paddocks
  9. Returning from an Injury

Videos feature expert horse professionals and famous riders who know the great rewards of working with horses but also share how much there is to know to work in the safest ways with their partners who weigh in sometimes over 1,000 pounds.

Tell all your barn buddies there is one month left to join the global community of horse-crazy teens that are pursuing their passion for horses online!  Over 1,000 youth around the world have logged on to take advantage of the FREE Horse Behaviour and Safety course.  This offer will end on November 31, 2022 so don’t delay, register today on

Thanks to Equine Guelph’s generous safety supporters, this free youth initiative has been made possible: ESSO, Kubota Canada, Ontario Equestrian, SSG Gloves, System Fencing and Workplace Safety & Prevention Services.

OMAFRA is providing funding to Workplace Safety & Prevention Services to deliver resources and consulting services to help farmers and other agri-food businesses provide safe workplaces.

This initiative is paid for in part by the governments of Canada and Ontario through the Canadian Agricultural Partnership (the Partnership), a five-year, $3-billion commitment by Canada’s federal, provincial and territorial governments that supports Canada’s agri-food and agri-products sectors. This includes a $2 billion commitment that is cost-shared 60 per cent federally and 40 per cent provincially/territorially for programs that are designed and delivered by provinces and territories.