Children's Riding Camps
These camps are geared for children ages 6-15 and are separated into specific skill levels. Offered throughout the summer and at major holiday breaks (see event calendar for dates)
Kids that have never ridden before to kids that have experience at the walk with a basic intro to the trot.
2nd Grade-4th Grade
Kids that have experience at walk/trot to kids that have been started over groundpoles.
5th-Grade - 6th grade
Kids that have experience at walk/trot/canter and have started over fences, or are ready to start over fences
Our camp involves quite a bit of riding, in fact 2.5 hours per day!! Along with the riding there are skill/age appropriate lectures that range from,
colors/markings of the horse, anatomy of the horse, feeding your horse, proper show grooming, and basic first aid.
9:00-9:30 - Kids Arrive
9:30-10:00 - Groom & Tack-up
10:00-11:00 - 1st Ride (based of theory and basic education)
11:00-12:00 - 2nd Ride (mounted fun ride - bareback, games, etc...)
12:000-12:30 - Untack and Care for horse (might include a bath or feeding a lunch meal)
12:30-1:00 - Lunch
1:00-1:30 Arts & Crafts*
*for younger children, older children will have a 1hr lunch or a 1hr lecture
1:30-2:00 - Lecture
2:00-2:30 - Groom & Tack-up
2:30-3:30 - 3rd Ride (based of final goal for the week)
3:30-4:00 - Untack and Care for horse
4:00 - End of Day
Early drop-off & Late Pick-up available
Competitors Training Camp
(Maiden through Novice)
Our Training Camps have been designed specifically for riders that are interested in pursuing eventing and/or are already competing in the sport of eventing. For riders that have not competed in eventing, they must be competent at walk/trot/canter and jumping 2' course. Our training camps are very intense, but incorporate a lot of fun as well. We usually try to have our training camps scheduled where there is a competition at the end of the week that campers may choose to compete (therefore showing off their skills).
Maiden - BN
Riders will no eventing experience (must be competent w/t/c, jumping 2' courses) or students that are competing Maiden and ready to move up to Beginner Novice. This is also good for riders that have just started competing BN.
Riders that have been competing BN and are ready to move up to Novice. As well as riders that have just moved up to Novice.
Riders that have been competing Novice and are ready to move up to Training. As well as riders that have just moved up to Training.