2019 Summer Horse Camp Dates:
Please note that previous experience is not required for participation in our camps. Riders will be grouped by experience and comfort level, and lessons will be tailored to each group's specific needs. Camps fill up quickly so please reserve your spot! For safety and effectiveness we limit the number of participants to ensure a safe instructor to rider ratio and allow for maximum learning opportunities. Financial assistance may be available; please inquire at email@example.com if you are interested in sponsoring a rider or applying for financial assistance.
Intro to Horses Day Camps (ages 5-13) 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. $75
Riders will practice grooming, leading, stable chores, & riding.
Camp A: Saturday, May 11th
Camp B: Saturday, June 1st
Camp C: Saturday, June 29th
Camp D: Sunday, September 8th
Young Riders Clinic (ages 7-13) 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. $120
Riders will groom, tack up, ride and care for 2 different horses.
Sunday, June 9th
Weekend Immersion 2-Day Camp (ages 7-13) 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. $295
Riders will groom, tack up, ride and care for different horses and practice skill progression.
Saturday & Sunday, July 20 - 21st
Multi-Day camps allow for riders to solidify knowledge and skills, create lasting memories, and practice riding. We often coordinate a riding demonstration for parents, siblings, and family members on the last day; these camps are an excellent way to develop a long-lasting skill set, and create confident, capable horsewomen and men.
3-Day Camps (ages 7-13) 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. $425
Camp Session 1: Tuesday - Thursday, June 18 - 20th
Camp Session 3: Tuesday - Thursday, August 13 -15th
5-Day Camp (ages 7-13) 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. $695
Camp Session 2: Tuesday - Saturday, July 30 - August 3rd
WHAT WE DO AT CAMP
Our camps are designed to be both stand alone and progressive so no matter what your child's experience, she/he will learn new skills and have fun. Instructor to rider ratio is usually 4 to 1. Your child rider will have the opportunity to learn basic horsemanship and safety, english or western riding skills, equine care, and stable management in a fun and safe environment. We believe in an encouraging and holistic approach to riding so we offer a number of creative and project based learning activities as well.
WHAT YOUR CHILD WILL NEED
Please send your child prepared for the day; we recommend putting your child's name on all personal items.
~ Close-toed shoes preferably with a smooth sole and small heel. (No flip flops, minimal tread if using hiking boots, sneakers are ok)
~ Pants or leggings for riding. Your child is welcome to change into shorts during camp but we require long pants or leggings while on horseback to protect legs and promote comfort.
~ Water in a refillable bottle. It is very important for young riders to stay hydrated.
~ Lunch and snacks. Please do not send your child with peanuts or food containing nuts in consideration of others who may have severe allergies. We do have refrigeration in the barn to keep food cool.
~ Sun screen to protect skin.
~ Personal items your child may need during the day.
~ Cell phones for family contact are ok but we discourage all other electronics; we'll be busy having fun with horses!