October 26, 2022 — Three current students and two recent graduates from Asbury University participated in the Retired Racehorse Project’s Thoroughbred Makeover at the Kentucky Horse Park on October 12-15 under the leadership of trainer and coach Jessica Hayes. They were joined by trainers, groomers, and coaches from around the nation.
God, People, Horses—All in One Place!
Located just a few miles south of the horse capital of the world, the Asbury University Equine Program strives for its students to become Christ centered leaders in the equine Industry. The unique location of the program allows for limitless opportunities for students to excel in their equine related education at Asbury, and to gain practical experience on the many local farms and businesses. The Equine program allows for students to pursue their interests ,whether in Equine Studies, Equine Assisted Services, or Equine Science (Pre-Veterinarian Medicine).
Equine Program News
October 5, 2022 — Asbury's Equine Assisted Services major combines horse husbandry and human health services and therapies, putting students at the forefront of an innovative new field that addresses the unique needs humans are facing in a modern world.
August 30, 2022 — This summer, Asbury University’s equine trainer-in-residence Jesse Westfall earned a Top 10 placement in the Horse&Rider Trainer of the Year competition, hosted by the Equine Network.
June 24, 2022 — Asbury University is launching a new degree for Fall 2022, Equine Assisted Services (EAS).