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We are offering a Spring Break, Easter, Summer Horse and Pony Camps.
Our Pony Camps will have a maximum of 20 students each week. The campers will get to ride there own pony each day, feeding petting farm, playing on bouncy castles and participate in a fun pony show on Friday.
Our Horse Camps will have a maximum of 30 students per week with a focus on Horsemanship, Anatomy, Health, Grooming, Tacking and Western Riding Skills. The student will be split into three groups of eight then assigned there own horse for the week. The students will learn all about safety, how to feed, how to clean stalls, how to groom a horse, how to tack up a horse, how to safely mount and dismount and how to safely lead a horse. In the afternoon the students will have up to 90 minute western riding lesson on there horse and at the end of the day the students will help with untacking, feeding and turning out the horses for the day.
On the Friday the Horse Show starts at 11 am sharp!
The students will come in at 9 am to decorate their ponies and horses for the big show. The Show starts at 11 am with pony campers first then followed by horse campers. The student will enter the arena riding there pony or horse to show off their riding skills that have learned during the week. After Horse Show is finished this will conclude the camp for the week, if you are unable to pick up your child at this time, please notify staff to make other arrangements.
For further information Please email us: firstname.lastname@example.org
This is a fun filled camp for the little ones as they get to care for and ride their very own pony.
They also get to to feed and care for the petting farm animals such as goats, sheep, pigs, rabbits, peacocks, turkeys, chickens, pigs, donkey, miniature horses and Flare the Friendly Steer as well as play on indoor bouncy castles between activities. There is a Fun Horse Show on Friday starting at 11 am.
This camp includes Western Riding Lessons on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday with a fun filled Horse Show on the Friday.
The children learn all about western riding, anatomy, horsemanship skills, health, tack, grooming and stable management.
They also will get a chance to work with the petting farm animals such as goats, sheep, donkey, pigs, peacocks, chickens, turkeys, bison, miniature horses and horses.
The children will play games, pony races, play on bouncy castles and other fun activities through out the week..
WHAT TO BRING TO CAMP
Children are required to bring a snack, water bottle and boots with heel are recommended and a lunch for full day campers
Helmets are supplied
Although this is large indoor facility there are some outside activities so please dress children appropriate for weather
We do offer inclusive camps for special needs children who must be accompanied by aide or parent
Please download and fill out a the Under of Age of Majority Release form.
Please bring release form with your child on the first day of camp