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For horse enthusiasts of all ages, horse club will be a great place for students to learn more about different breeds of horses, horses in history, basic horse-care and anatomy, riding-disciplines, horse-related careers, horse training, and more! Whether you already have horses or you just love them, this club is a great place to learn, take on small leadership positions, watch horse-training demonstrations, and make new friends. Discussion boards will be available and monitored so club members can interact in between meetings. Club meetings will be recorded and posted on Canvas.
Since this is a club, there are no grades or required assignments, but the more you put in, the more you get out!
Our regular meetings are from 4:00 PM ET on the following Mondays:
- Sept 18,
- Nov 6,
- Nov 13
- Dec 4,
- Jan 15,
- Feb 5,
- Mar 18,
- Apr 15
SPECIAL NOTE #1: There is no charge to reserve a space in a club although you must have paid your family school year registration fee. If you have already paid the registration fee, simply add the club purchase to the cart, and your teacher will be in touch soon. Club memberships are not purchased as a family; each student represents one club member.
SPECIAL NOTE #2: Please be advised: There are no refunds for clubs. If club attendance dwindles during the course of the year making the club unviable, there are no prorated refunds of club membership(s).
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Ansley Burnette holds a BA in Theatre and a BA in English with a film studies concentration from Samford University. She has published a children’s book, two film essays in the Wide Angle Journal of Literature and Film, and a cinematic novel. Ansley has traveled all around the US to educational conferences with her family’s publishing company. She has also had the opportunity to work on the National Broadway tours of Waitress and Escape to Margaritaville. Ansley currently works at Sight & Sound Theatres as an animal handler and gets to work on stage with a variety animals including horses, macaws, camels, llamas, and pretty much every other animal you can think of.