Our Weekly Day Camp Sessions
Sessions 1, 3, 4 ,5 and 7 are full. Check for availability in sessions 2 and 6.
Spring 2017 Day Camp Session Dates
|1||April 10 - April 14|
Summer 2017 Day Camp Session Dates
|1||June 19 - 23|
|2||June 26 - June 30|
|3||July 10 - 14|
|4||July 17 - 21|
|5||July 31 - August 4|
|6||August 7 - 11|
|7||August 21 - 25|
*** Discounts are available for multiple children in the same family.
Discounts are also available for signing your child up for four or more weekly sessions.
Non - Student
|A - 1 Full Day||
|A - 2 Half Day||
|B - 1 Full Day||$285|
|B - 2 Half Day||$235|
|C - 1 Full Day||$250|
|C - 2 Half Day||$200|
SPRING program runs Monday - Thursday 9:00AM - 3:30PM & Friday 9:00AM - 1:00PM
Weekly SUMMER programs run Monday - Thursday 8:30AM - 3:30PM & Friday 8:30AM - 1:00PM
You may drop your child off as early as 8:00 AM and pick up as late as 4:30 PM for an additional fee of $40.00 per child per session. No extended care on Friday afternoon.
(Hunter) riding classes for the beginner, novice or intermediate rider. Students will receive two classes of riding each day. The morning ride is an hour of structured lesson. And the afternoon ride is games on horseback (Mon - Thurs).
From the program’s start, students learn how to handle themselves around horses and how to keep themselves and their horses safe. In addition to riding, they learn how to catch, halter, lead, groom, saddle and bridle.
The first day of each session our riders are evaluated on their riding skills and placed in appropriate riding groups. Many of our riders are first time riders, others have been participating in our lesson programs.
Beginners can expect to learn to control the horse at the walk, and begin to trot, post, and ride in a 2-point position.
More advanced riders will improve their knowledge on equitation and jumping skills.
Lecture is a time for the children to learn about horsemanship. Throughout the week they will learn about horse safety, feeding, grooming, different types of tack, tacking up a horse. In addition they learn about parts of the horse, different breeds and coat colors, conformation, showmanship, equine first aid, bandaging, braiding, clipping and caring for tack.
Each week ends with our very own Horseshow. Students will receive ribbons based on their personal achievement.
And when our students are not on a horse, they enjoy supervised swimming in our pool, arts & crafts and just having fun with new & old friends alike.
Thursday is always “Pizza Day”. Students who want to participate need to bring $3.00. They will enjoy pizza and a drink.