Shopping Cart
Your Cart is Empty
There was an error with PayPalClick here to try again
CelebrateThank you for your business!You should be receiving an order confirmation from Paypal shortly.Exit Shopping Cart

Taught throughout the year with each class-day divided up into physical interaction with horses (feeding, grooming, groundwork, and riding practice) and units of interdisciplinary study in the classroom for instruction, discussion, and projects.


• Ride Science: Riding Healthy Horses

• Biology of Horses: From the Inside Out (anatomy & physiology)

• Environmental Science: Horses and Ecosystems

• Genetics: Horse Breeding

• Horticulture: Gardening and Pasture Management


• Horse Math: Measuring, Recording, & Statistics

• The Economics of Horse Ownership


• Famous Horses in History

• Art History and the Image of the Horse


• Horses in Literature, Myth, and Folktale

• Horses in Film

• Physical Education

• Horseback Riding

• Physical Conditioning for Better Riding(includes horseless training sessions)

• Groundwork

Social Studies

• Psychology/Sociology: Herd Dynamics

• Geography: Horses around the World (types and conformation)

• Human Geography: Cultures and Traditions of the Horse

• Anthropology: Horses, Humans, and Domestication


• Drawing and Painting Horses

• Sculpting Horses

• Photographing Horses

While the curriculum modules above are important, perhaps the most important aspect of the Rainbow Ridge Farm Equestrian Center llc Equine-Based Home School Program is the way it nurtures strong resilient young people. Training and relating to horses on a regular basis develops compassion, problem-solving, and communication skills, while building leadership skills and self-confidence.