Visions and Values

TMD Equine University maintains a commitment to excellence through the entire program and we're committed to the success of our students.

History and Tradition

At TMD Equine University, you'll gain the benefit of a trainer’s lifetime experience, condensed into just one year of study.

Break Free from the Herd

Tired of sitting through boring classes? Explore our comprehensive all-breed equine training curriculum.

A Lifetime Bond

Transform your love of equines into a career as an equine professional. Questions? Click on one of the links above to get started.

Career Opportunities

A TMD Equine University certificate gives you the foundation of knowledge you'll need to go after the professional equine career of your dreams. Find out how to enroll now.

Immerse Yourself

Graduating students will have one-on-one time with Meredith Hodges and will benefit from the experience of partnering with animals in varying stages of training for hands-on work.

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Learn in-depth knowledge of all-breed equine training and get started on your equine career today!

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  • Investigator: Vet Buyers Carefully Before Selling a Horse

    The following is an article from the Horse.

    A Florida law enforcement officer is warning horse owners to carefully vet buyers before selling an animal in person or online.

    Captain David Walesky, operations manager for Palm Beach County Animal Care and Control, issued the warning after department personnel discovered the severed head of a horse floating in a drainage canal in The Acreage neighborhood.

    Walesky said department personnel made the discovery Dec. 19 after a passerby who spotted the skull. Further investigation revealed a bullet hole in the skull from a kill-shot to the horse’s head, he said. Part of the horse’s tail was also found, but the remains were too severely decomposed to determine how long they were in the water, Walesky said.

    Authorities suspect the horse was illegally slaughtered because of the other items found at the scene.

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