Discover Your Passion at the Liberty University Equestrian Center
Ride. Dream. Compete.
Come and enjoy the expansive 380-acre property at the Equestrian Center. One of the largest facilities of its kind in Virginia, the center features indoor and outdoor riding arenas as well as three barns with 78 horse stalls. The Liberty Equestrian Center is a USHJA Recognized Riding Academy.
Are you a student and an experienced rider? Our men’s and women’s Hunt Seat and Western Club Sports teams compete in the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association. Team tryouts are held each year.
As a student, you can also take riding classes, board your horse, volunteer, or apply to work part-time with us.
And even if you don’t ride, you can always stop by and see the horses! Take a break and enjoy all that Liberty University has to offer at the Equestrian Center.
Free Trail Rides
Full-time students, faculty, and staff and their families can participate in free guided trail rides at the Liberty Equestrian Center. Explore Liberty mountain on horseback!
Hunt Seat and Western teams compete in the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association.
The Liberty University Equestrian team is a club sport at Liberty. Tryout opportunities are held each year.
Bring your horse to school and get full-care boarding at the Liberty University Equestrian Center.
For a cost of $550 per month, your horse is available to you just a little over 5 miles from campus. Our newly constructed 20-stall boarder barn includes full access to all facility amenities.
Free guided trail rides are available for LU students, faculty, and staff.
Take a 30-45 minute ride on the Equestrian Center’s expansive mountain property.
All experience levels are welcome. Rides are scheduled by appointment.
The Equestrian Center hosts summer camps, day and residential, for all experience levels.
Youth and teen campers ride Liberty horses and receive instruction from current Liberty Equestrian Team coaches and staff.
Do you have experience working with horses? As a student, you can apply for part-time employment at the Equestrian Center.
You can also volunteer for LU Serve (CSER) credit.