Liberty University Riding Center

The Riding Center, located on Sweet Briar's campus, is set on 100 acres of rolling hills and has one of the largest college indoor arenas, Robin S. Cramer Hall, at 120' x 300' (it was the largest when it was built in the early 70’s), three spacious outdoor rings – including one large competition ring with lights and a sprinkler system, multiple fields with various size jumps to school over.

The Harriet Howell Rogers Riding Center ranks among the best in the country on a college campus, with its astonishing facility.
The Harriet Howell Rogers Riding Center also provides the highest quality of care for you and your horse.
  • 80 large stalls with rubber mats

  • 45 well-mannered college-owned horses — warmbloods, thoroughbreds, quarter horses, and several cross-breeds

  • Four wash racks with hot and cold running water

  • Five tack rooms

  • 20 individual paddocks and 10 large pastures for turnout

  • Fire and theft security system

  • Two late-model trucks, a six-horse Hawk gooseneck trailer and a six-horse Adams gooseneck trailer provide safe transportation to and from horse shows, foxhunts and other activities.