The College of Agricultural Sciences

Equine Science

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  • students enjoying food at Ag Day

    Back-to-School Picnic!

    AQHA Foundation Schol

    Join us on the Monfort Quad on Wednesday, Sept. 3 from 4-6pm for free food!

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    AQHA Foundation Scholarship

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    Looking for help paying for college? The 2015-16 American Quarter Horse Foundation scholarship application is now available. Deadline is December 1, 2014 and scholarships range from $500-$25,000 and vary in length from one to four years.

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    Top of the Rockies – Postponed

    Panoramic picture of Rodeo team member Kyle Dickens participating in the tie down roping at the college finals rodeo

    Unfortunately, Top of the Rockies has been postponed until 2015 due to the outbreak of vesicular stomatitis. Please stay tuned for information on next year’s event!

  • Panoramic picture of Rodeo team member Kyle Dickens participating in the tie down roping at the college finals rodeo

    CSU Ram Shines at CNFR

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    CSU Rodeo Team member, Kyle Dickens, had an outstanding trip to the 2014 College National Finals Rodeo. Read more about his results here ->

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    Congratulations Class of 2014!

    students enjoying food at Ag Day

    The class of 2014 will be graduating at noon on Saturday, May 17th in Moby Arena. There will be a Department of Animal Sciences student recognition reception at 8:00 am on the Monfort Quad, followed by a College of Agricultural Sciences reception at 10:00 am in the Durell Center.

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About Our Program

Student petting her horse while she rides

The Equine Sciences Program at Colorado State University has a long history, both in the College of Agricultural Sciences and the College of Veterinary Medicine.  Research programs, centered in both colleges, provide an unmatched environment for support of the undergraduate program. Over 380 students from across the U.S. and several foreign countries are currently enrolled in the Colorado State Equine Sciences Program.

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