Through Alfred University’s Equestrian Program, we have a variety of diverse opportunities for our students.
The 400-acre Bromeley-Daggett Equestrian Center at Alfred University was constructed in 2005 and is just 5 minutes from AU’s campus.
It is completely heated and includes classrooms, offices, 56 stalls for university horses and student-owned boarders, a heated indoor arena and two lighted outdoor arenas.
There are also several miles of trails throughout the surrounding wooded areas.
We have two Varsity Intercollegiate teams (totaling 61 riders for both Western and Hunt Seat), which are both fully supported by the University.
This means there are not additional fees or “out of pocket” expenses for team members.
In addition to the Intercollegiate teams we have an Equestrian Studies minor and several classes that can be taken by students in enrolled in any program/major.
Specifically, we offer several riding classes in both disciplines for beginner through advanced riders, driving (which can count as PE credit), dressage, and introductory courses.