> Go south on Main Street.
> Turn right onto W. Church.
> Go one mile and turn left onto 15/401/501 South.
> Proceed 2.5 miles and turn left onto Hasty.
> The Center is 1 mile down the road on the left.
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At St. Andrews University, some of the students have four legs. In fact, the college’s Equestrian Center is so accomplished that all the Championships won during the last decade in English, Western, and Hunter Seat competitions are too numerous to list here.
But the students – the human ones – are also there for the academics: Which is why they’re apt to be majoring in Equine Business Management, Biology, or pre-Veterinary Medicine. While many students board their horses at the center, the program is there for the beginner or recreational rider, as well. The idea is to promote the bond between horse and human.
The 300-acre Equestrian Center features four barns with 112 stalls, one outdoor and two indoor arenas, outdoor show and teaching areas, hunter trial courses, and permanent jumps. Numerous events and competitions are held each year.