The Equine Science Program at California State University, Fresno will hold an open house from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, May 6, at the Quarter Horse Unit. It is free and open to the public.
The community, prospective students and parents are invited to learn about academic and community programs in the Animal Science and Agricultural Education Department of the College of Agricultural Sciences and Technology. Students can achieve a B.S. degree in Animal Science with an emphasis in Equine Science, or a M.S. degree in Animal Science with an equine science focus.
Horses for sale will be showcased, including young horses that have been broken to ride, broodmares and colts. Stallions available for breeding also can be seen.
For more information, contact Dr. Anne Rodiek at 559.278.5623 or call the Quarter Horse Unit, on the north side of Barstow Avenue between Chestnut and Cedar avenues, at 559.278.4017.
Other information is available at the following Web site: www.FresnoStateHorses.com.
(Copy by University Communications student news intern Megan Jacobsen).