Equine Health & Emergency First Aid
Our most comprehensive, and popular, course! Join us for a one day course covering: what your vet needs to know, conditioning a horse to accept treatment, taking vital signs, dealing with lacerations, punctures, colic, choke, collapse, casting, shock, hoof issues, recognizing pain in the horse and pain source identification, saddle fit for spinal health, injury prevention and so much more! All attendees receive a certificate of completion and first aid manual.
Prerequisite for "Advanced Emergency First Aid". If you take both courses in combination, the discounted package price is $295 for both courses.
February 6th 9am-4pm Sacramento, CA area
March 13th 9am-5pm Athol, ID
April 24th 2021 9am-4pm Middleton, ID
May 8th 9am-4pm Republic, WA
May 22nd 9a-4pm Sandpoint, ID
Advanced Emergency First Aid/ Wilderness Edition
Join us for a one day advanced equine emergency first aid course and learn what to do in the most extreme situations! Covering everything from lacerations to poison, burns to bites, fractures to sucking chest wounds, this course prepares the student to handle the most serious injuries while waiting for the vet. We will also cover horse assessment, conformation, and conditioning for activities.
If you take this course in combination with "Equine Health & Emergency First Aid" , the discounted package price is $295 for both courses.
February 7th 9am-4pm Sacramento, CA area
March 14th 9am-5pm Athol, ID
April 25th 2021 9am-4pm Middleton, ID
May 9th 9am-4pm Republic, WA
May 23rd 9am-4pm Sandpoint, ID
Equine First Aid Fundamentals
This is a half day fast paced clinic covering the fundamentals of first aid. Working hands on with the horses, you will learn to take vital signs, recognize pain in the horse, detect colic, and participate in lots of bandaging in realistic scenarios! All attendees receive a first aid reference booklet. Appropriate for folks without extensive horse experience. Ages 10 and up.
April 23rd 2021 1pm-5pm Middleton, ID
Horse First Aid for Kids
If you have a youngster between age 5-10 that lives on or is active at a ranch or farm, this course is a must-have! In this three hour program kids will learn safety around livestock, farm equipment, hay mows, hidden dangers around the farm, what to do in case of fire, and how to handle emergencies mother nature may cause. This course is designed to prepare kids in a fun and supportive atmosphere.
April 23rd 2021 8:30am-11:30 Middleton, ID
Disaster Planning and Emergency Preparedness
A MUST for any livestock owner, this course will train you in fire prevention, planning for and executing safe evacuation procedures, hidden dangers and responding to first aid emergencies. It also covers what to do in natural disasters such as flooding, wildfires, ice storms, hurricanes, tornadoes, and more.
Don't be unprepared - we can help you help your animals. This course is suitable for any livestock operation, not just horses, and is supported by the insurance industry. $159.00
Keeping your horse safe is your number one priority. Is your trailer safe, and do you know what your horse experiences during a collision? What are the protocols, your responsibilities and liabilities when involved in an accident, and laws around hauling? Do you know if the size and layout of your trailer provides your horse comfort and stability, or if is putting strain on their body, leading to potential injury?
Join us for a hands-on day of learning how to keep your horse as safe as possible and how to be prepared for the unthinkable. $159.00
Livestock Handling for First Responders
Many first responders have never been exposed to working with horses and livestock yet are called in the line of duty to deal with these animals in fires, accidents, natural disasters, escapes, and more.
This one or two-day optional training exclusive to first responders teaches how to keep themselves and the public safe, while having the knowledge and confidence to work with all types of livestock, with a focus on horses. Contact us for group rates for your department!
Equine First Aid Through Zoom
This Class is the Theory portion of our Equine Health and Emergency First Aid Class. Spend Three hours through zoom meeting learning, what your vet needs to know, conditioning your horse, vital signs, how to deal with lacerations, punctures, burns, colic, choke, shock, casting and more. Upon payment of class students will be mailed an manual which will be covered during the zoom meeting. Students will have the option of attending the hands on portion of class at a later date. $79.50
January 16th 2021 9am-12:30pm
February 20th 9am-12:30pm
Easy Pack Class
Want to camp or pack into the wilderness with your horse but are unsure where to start? Steep Ridge Trails is there to help you put all the pieces together. We will help you hit the trail with easy pack systems options, stock containment and how to set it up, trail and back country safety, as well as suggested pack lists. $159.00
New Horse Owner?
Are you new to owning a horse and would you like to know about how to care for them? This class covers care basics, including hoof care, diet, annual health care, and more.