Beginner Camps:

Beginner camps are offered to children age 6 through 12. The experienced trainers choose appropriate mounts and riding groups by considering skill, confidence, and size of rider. The campers will ride every day and sometimes twice a day.

Students will participate in mounted games, learning all about their favorite horses, proper grooming techniques, learning how to tack up a horse, and also taught the parts of the horses. Some days we will practice bareback riding! We will have games and activities like painting ponies, bobbing for apples, horse related arts and crafts, scavenger hunts, and learning parts of the horse. Sometimes we get a special visit from a real veterinarian that enjoys teaching the campers how to care for wounds and much more..

We try to make it up to the pool or slip and slide to finish out the day and wash off the horse hair so don’t forget a bathing suit and towel. 

The last day of camp we will have horse show for the families to come see what the campers have learned!

Sign up early as camps do fill up quickly.

2018 Camp Dates:

  • June 25th -29th

  • July 9th – 13th

  • July 23rd – 27th

We need a minimum of 6 campers each week. 

A deposit of $100.00 will be required to reserve a spot for your desired week. Total cost for each week of camp is $375.00. Please pay in full by the first day of camp.

List of items to bring to horse camp:

  1. Helmet (If you have one. We have helmets available to borrow)
  2. Riding boots (must have a minimum of 1” heel)
  3. Riding pants or jeans
  4. Lunch 
  5. Water bottle
  6. Towel 
  7. Swimsuit

All deposits are non-refundable and non-transferable 

Show Camp:

Show camp is offered to students that are presently showing or interested in starting to show.

Riders are encouraged to bring their own horse, but horses are available for lease for an additional fee if you do not have a horse of your own.

The camp is more advanced in riding techniques. We will provide horsemanship classes for the first three days of show camp. Students will learn how bandage legs, bathing tips, pulling manes, clipping, and loading the trailer for a horse show.

The last day of show camp the students will participate in a show at a different farm.

List of items to bring to camp:

  1. Helmet
  2. Boots 
  3. Notebook for horsemanship class
  4. Lunch
  5. Water bottle

List of items needed for horse show:

  1. Helmet,
  2. Hairnet
  3. Bobby pins
  4. Boots
  5. Polish (We will teach them to polish boots!!!)
  6. Show pants (either show jodhpurs with short boots or show breeches with tall boots)
  7. Belt
  8. White show shirt 
  9. Coat or a polo shirt if you do not own a show coat yet.
  10. Black riding gloves

A deposit of $100.00 will be required to reserve a spot.

All deposits are non-refundable and non-transferable