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How did your education at Morrisville get you to where you are today?

"The beauty of a Morrisville education was the diversity in which I gained while in attendance. Today it's helped me to adapt to various jobs and give me the tools to not be stagnant in an industry which is known to cause burn outs."

School of Agriculture and Natural Resources

Dean: Christopher L. Nyberg
Phone: (315) 684-6083

Equestrian Team

Equestrian Team

The Morrisville State College Equestrian Team competes in Region II (Western) and Region III (Hunt Seat) of the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association (IHSA). The riding team is chosen by open tryout. Students from all majors may try out for the team.

Western Riding

Morrisville State College offers a great variety for the person interested in developing their western riding skills. Courses range from basic horsemanship to advanced specialization in training. Students can also compete on the Intercollegiate Riding Team or join the Horse Club.

During the summer, Morrisville students may compete at local, Quarterhorse, Paint and NRHA shows. Western instructors have a wealth of experience in every phase of the horse industry and also have numerous industry contacts which assists in the job placement process.

One of the great strengths of the program is the quality of horses. The college owns and breeds Quarterhorses and Paints with strong reining and pleasure bloodlines. The resulting foals, in addition to client-owned horses, are utilized in the training and showing program. Two arenas at Morrisville State College, an 80’ X 264’ indoor arena and a 100’ x 200’ indoor arena, are reserved for students in western riding.

Contact Western Riding Team Coach Tiffany Day

Hunt Seat Riding

Morrisville State College offers courses in hunt seat equitation, dressage and training of hunters and jumpers. An indoor arena is designated for English riding. Students may also choose to complete an advanced specialization and internship relating to hunt seat riding.

Contact Hunt Seat Riding Team Coach Erin Dunn