The Ohio State University Equine Center on Sawmill Road is still without a roof months after a summer storm.
Crews took what remained of the roof off, because they determined it to be unstable after the storm.
The equine program to make changes for students and horses an it also means adjustments for people who board their horses at the barn.
“I dont want to leave because i want to show my support for how hard these people have worked through this crisis is basically what it is to adapt and have done it well to try to keep the program alive,” said Linda VanHorne
Ohio State told 10TV that they have been hauling horses to a separate hall for classes that need animals.
They are also still using the facility despite the roof damage.