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The St. Andrews Pipe Band is one of the university's most visible organizations and has become one of the top competing pipe bands in the southern United States.

Equestrian Facilities

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300+ acres of land, fenced and cross-fenced with miles of white vinyl fencing, just 2 miles from the main campus.
4 barns with a total of 112 stalls

St. Andrews Equestrian Center

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    1.) 14-stall barn, with 12’ x 12’ stalls, which is connected to the covered arena and houses the therapeutic riding horses. This building has a tack room, offices, a viewing room, and a classroom.

    2.) 24-stall barn, with 12’ x 12’ stalls, which houses the lesson horses. This building has a tack room, offices, kitchen, lounge and storage.

    3.) 52-stall barn, with 12’ x 12’ stalls, with two tack rooms, two feed rooms and office space.

    4) 22-stall barn, with 12' X 12' stalls. with tack room for western horses connected to the 52-stall barn.

    5.) 100' x 125' indoor arena

    6.) 120' x 300' covered arena

    7.) 165' x 340' covered arena

    8.) 5 outdoor show and teaching arenas

    9.) A 2 hunter trials course with a bank, a ditch, and stationary jumps

    Additional features include a 120' x 250' dressage arena and acres of pasture and paddocks.

NOTE: There are 20 student boarder stalls at the Equestrian Center. If you wish to bring your horse to school with you, you may turn in an application with the Equestrian Director for a stall. Stalls at the Equestrian Center are available to Team Riders who are competing their horses. A videotape of your horse and a completed horse information questionnaire must be submitted with your application. A Request to Board form is available from the Equestrian Center office. There are also other barns in the Laurinburg area where you may board your horse. This list is available from the Equestrian Center Office.

Directions to the St. Andrews Equestrian Center

From the North: Follow I-95 South, then US 74 West (about 30 miles) into Laurinburg. Exit at Hwy 501 South (Hospital signs) turning left. Travel approximately 2 miles then turn right onto Barnes Bridge Road. Turn left at first stop sign onto Hasty Road. Equestrian Center is short distance on your left.

From the South: Follow I-95 North, then US 501 North (exit 1) toward Laurinburg. Travel approximately 18 miles then turn left on Barnes Bridge Road. Turn left at first stop sign on Hasty Road. Equestrian Center is short distance on your left.

From the East: Follow US 74 West to Laurinburg. Exit at Hwy 501 South (Hospital signs) turning left. Travel approximately 2 miles then turn right onto Barnes Bridge Road. Turn left at first stop sign onto Hasty Road. Equestrian Center is short distance on your left.

From the West: Follow US 74 East to Laurinburg then take Hwy 401 South (St. Andrews exit). Turn right off the exit ramp and left onto Hasty Road (4th traffic light). Drive 2.3 miles to Equestrian Center.

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St. Andrews University
A branch of Webber International University
1700 Dogwood Mile
Laurinburg, NC 28352
(910) 277-5555 • (800) 763-0198 • (fax) 910-277-5020
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