Summer 2017 Horse-back Group Lessons and Summer Camps

Posted by on Feb 10, 2017 in Uncategorized | 2 comments

Parent and Child Horseback Riding

This is a great way for parents and their children to spend time together with horses in a safe environment. Parents and children will learn how to safely handle horses and the basics of riding in a fun and game-filled environment.

Youth Beginner Horseback Riding

For ages 15 and under, no experience necessary.  Become an independent rider in a fun and safe environment.   Twenty minutes of theory and 40 minutes of riding.  

Adult Beginner Horseback Riding

Have you always wanted to learn how to ride a horse?  Introduction to horse care and riding for adults.  Learn to ride in a safe environment.

Summer Youth Horse Camp
Looking for an opportunity to learn all about horses in a friendly, safe environment? During this week long camp, youth between the ages of 8 and 15 will learn the basics of horseback riding, safety and horse care. They will also have a chance to visit and learn about our many other friendly animals, including goats, sheep, cows, alpacas and chickens. Each day will include a theory lesson, a riding lesson and fun farm activities. Students must bring their own lunch. We will be accepting a maximum of 8 students for each session with two coaches.

Session 1  – August 7 to 10                                                                                                                                                                     Session 2 – August 14 to 17                                                                                                                                                              Session 3 – August 21 to 24

Cost:  Early Bird price before March 1st is $265.  Regular Price is $285


  1. Hello Louise!! Hope you are feeling ok post-op!
    Please sign up Mika for the Aug 7-10 and Aug 14-17th sessions for the summer camp. I will be down soon to pay.
    See you soon,

    • Excellent! Thanks Denise. She’s in!

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