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Equestrian Programs

Ride With Us!

Whether you are an advanced rider or a beginner, the Liberty Mountain Equestrian Center offers opportunities for you to advance your riding skills. Our trail rides offer the Liberty community an opportunity to explore Liberty Mountain on horseback. Our riding lessons are a great program for those who want to advance in their Hunt Seat or Western Seat riding. The Equestrian Center also offers a horse boarding program for any Liberty student interested in bringing their horse to school with them. Read more about each below.

Trail Rides
Riding Lessons
Horse Boarding

Trail Rides

The Equestrian Center offers guided trail rides by appointment only. These are available free of charge to students and employees who want to explore Liberty Mountain property on horseback.

  • Suited for beginner through advanced riders
  • Walk only regardless of previous riding experience
  • Includes a brief lesson in the ring followed by a 20-30 minute ride around the mountain
  • Limited to 2 people

Contact equestriancenter@liberty.edu for availability.

Before You Ride

Riding Lessons

Riding lessons are now offered for Liberty University residential students based on availability. Lesson packages with a discount are also available.

  • All levels welcome
  • Hunt Seat and Western available
  • Group lessons: $25
  • Private lessons: $40

Contact equestriancenter@liberty.edu to schedule a lesson.


Horse Boarding

The Equestrian Center provides full care stall board for students interested in bringing their horses to school. Horses will be accepted as space allows and pending the application process. Board includes the use of all facilities as available at $550/month. The Equestrian Center reserves the right to extra charges for excessive needs.

  • Equestrian Center is open for boarders from 7 a.m.–7 p.m. daily
  • Boarders may not jump without an instructor present to monitor safety
  • Riders must wear ASTM/SEI certified helmets ANYTIME they sit on a horse
  • No dogs allowed

Contact equestriancenter@liberty.edu for availability and more information.