I looked into going there for a while, but then I decided I would rather have a bachelor's degree than an associates degree. Possibly after I get my bachelor's degree, I will go for the experience and for the training, but in this economy, horses are a fluctuating business. They are one of the fist luxuries many people give up, and it makes guaranteed employment nearly impossible.
I, also, hope to work with horses some day, but to me it is a better idea to get a degree in something that opens other doors to me.
I think it's a great school with great programs though. Like SD said, I wasn't impressed with the housing, but if I read right, they you can live off campus too, I think?
I would say definitely visit and do some research regarding what kind of jobs can be obtained with an associates degree.