Keiser University Equestrian Team members are enjoying rewarding lessons and healthy riding experiences at the equestrian facility at Wall Street Farm as they prepare for a vibrant year.

 

“As our academic and competitive year begins, students are relishing their time both on and off the horses as they participate in biweekly riding lessons, community service engagements, and prepare for their first scrimmage to be held on October 15th at Wall Street Farm. The exercises provide ideal preparation for the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association’s (IHSA) season that will kick off in February. Students are enjoying practice sessions and bonding opportunities which will prepare them to compete in a variety of divisions,” said Keiser University Equestrian Programs Director Julie Snyder.

 

While preparing students for admission to graduate programs in Veterinarian Medicine, the Keiser University Biomedical Science degree with an Equine Studies Concentration offers students the opportunity to develop hands-on experience in handling horses and horse training. Also offered is the Keiser University Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration with an Equine Studies Concentration in which students can gain insights into horse management, training opportunities, and more.