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  • Elementary School - Grades 4-6
    P=Project   E=Experiment
    Determine in which direction horses should stand in a cold wind to stay warm. [E]
    Middle School - Grades 7-9
    P=Project   E=Experiment
    Do Horses Respond to Human Emotion? [E]
    Determine if horses are magnetically oriented animals. [E]
    Is a Horse's Stride Length Affected by Its Own Shoulder Angle or Height? [E]
    Which Saddle Pad Material Keeps the Horse at the Coolest Core Temperature After a Twenty Minute Workout [E]
    Growing and treating equine White Line Disease. [E]
    What saddle pad keeps a horse coolest? [P]
    How Well Do Horses Learn? [E]
    How Does Grooming Affect a Horse's Heart Rate? [E]
    Determine if the method used by veterinarians for quick ER assessments for sand in a horse's colon is reliable. [E]
    Determine the peripheral vision of horses. [E]
    Sand Content in Equine Feces within Santa Cruz County [E]
    See if you can buy a cheaper, more natural horse supplement to improve your horse's health [E]
    Which Saddle Pad, Supracor or Equipedic, Will Dissipate the Most Heat from a Horse's Back? [E]
    Fighting Parasites in Horses [E]
    Will horses kept in a pasture have more parasites than horses kept in stalls? [E]
    What common equine feed will produce the most energy judged by the horse's blood sugar (glucose) level. [E]
    High School - Grades 10-12
    P=Project   E=Experiment
    The Effect of the Height of a Jump on the Trajectory of a Jumping Horse; A Study of Equine Biomechanics [E] [E]
    An investigation of equine learning and memory [P]
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