OSU Equine Center and Animal Science Arena

The Oklahoma State Equestrian team utilizes a number of areas for their practices and upkeep of their horses. The OSU Equine Center has a 50-acre farm located on the corner of McElroy and Western and a 120-acre pasture on Lakeview Road. They maintain approximately 60 head of horses used for laboratory experiences in undergraduate classes, research programs and extension activities with the number of breeding horses recently being reduced to accommodate the increase in riding horses with the addition of the equestrian program.

The Equestrian team also utilizes the Animal Science Arena for their shows and for practices a couple of days a week. The Animal Science Arena has seating on the north side of the arena and also has a small tack area along with a holding area for the horses on the days of the shows. In addition to the main area, the arena has a concession area as well as a classroom for teaching OSU classes.

In the fall of 2000, a new saddling barn and outdoor arena were built near the Animal Science Arena for the Equestrian program. The new saddling barn features a larger tack room, a locker room for the team members, and coaches offices.

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