Equine Studies

  • UNH Equine students & staff volunteered at the New England Dressage Assoc.’s (or NEDA’s) Fall Symposium, featuring Carl Hester, 5-time Olympic veteran from Great Britain.
  • Horse and rider jumping over a log during competition.
    UNH offers hands-on learning that includes USEF/USEA recognized horse trials, proudly celebrating its 40th year in 2011! Learn More
  • UNH Alum, Jessica DiNapoli, demonstrating a flex test on a horse.
    Former UNH Animal Science student, Jessica DiNapoli, spoke at the UNH Equine Facility on how the field of Equine Sports Therapy and Rehabilitation has proven itself as an effective compliment to Veterinary medicine. Learn More
  • Children on horses being led on a path.
    Therapeutic Riding is a mode of therapy utilizing functional riding skills, equine movement and a variety of therapy activities to achieve specific cognitive, physical and emotional goals. The UNH Therapeutic Riding Program adapts equine activities to allow for participation of riders over the age of 5 with cognitive, physical and emotional challenges. Learn More

The UNH Equine Program combines award-winning equestrian teams with strong academics and outstanding opportunities for hands-on learning, including on-site USEF/USEA recognized horse trials and PATH International premier operating center which give students real-world experience in the equine industry. The program includes:

Events

October 19, 2017 Prospective student info session

November 2, 2017 Prospective student info session

November 13 & 14, 2017 ANSC 402 Spring 2018 sign ups 

November 16, 2017 Prospective student info session

December 2, 2017 Schooling Jumper Show

December 7, 2017 Prospective student info session

 

 

  • Meet a Student:
    Sian Mooney
  • Meet a Student:
    Danshu Li