Home to Western Equestrian riding and Hunter Seat equestrian teams, the Morrisville State College Equine Complex is one of the most comprehensive of any college in the nation. The Equine Breeding and Training Center, a 34,000 square-foot breeding and hunter/jumper facility, includes a breeding and foaling barn, hunter/jumper barn, five-stallion barn, a complete breeding laboratory, collection area, laptop classroom and three indoor riding arenas. In addition, the college has an 80-acre Equine Center complete with paddocks, stables, and the only half-mile harness racing track on a college campus in the nation. Additional stables include a draft horse barn with a covered round pen and runouts. The college houses more than 300 horses. The Equine Department conducts an annual yearling sale at the complex which is one of the largest of its kind in the Northeast. It also hosts several clinics each year, conducted by the top professionals in the industry.