Commonly Asked Questions
Does My Child Have to stay the Night?
no, they are not required to stay overnight, drop off would be before the first ride at 9am after breakfast, and if they ride in the evening pick up is around 8pm can be picked up earlier if required.
Where do the Kids stay?
We have a sleeping cabin onsite for the kids to stay in as a group(cots provided and extra blankets in case they get cold but bring your own bedding for the week), more then welcome to bring motor homes or tents to set up if the kids would prefer their own sleeping arrangements. We run an open house set up kids have access to the kitchen, bathroom, showers , some games inside ect. There is a fridge for campers to use if they bring food also.
Can I bring my own horse?
YES! We encourage you to bring your own horse to camp. We do require that they must be up to date on vaccinations, deworming, and have no signs of illness. Any dangerous or ill horses will be sent home. The Horses are kept in a group mixed herd setting in our 80 acre pasture there is lots of room to move around, they have to be kept in the field as this is where we ride, this helps to keep the herd settled, and your horse settled to make the rides more fun. usually horses are dropped off the Sunday before camp starts to give them a day to settle in. If this isn't your cup of tea thats fine we have lots of lovely lesson horses your welcome to ride. As we ride up to 3 times a day sometimes you will be riding lesson horses as well as your own, as to not wear them out.
What should I bring to Camp?
Week long camps camping overnight (overnight camps max of 10 people per camp) dates as follows: $400 each
July 6-10, 2020
July 20-24, 2020
August 24-28, 2020
The camps are overnight, lunch and dinner to be supplied by parents taking turns bringing one meal for the whole group during the week, snack and basic breakfast will be provided but kids can still pack their own food if needed. This camp is designed for kids with some riding experience that can canter and steer confidently, as we do ride in a field and do some cross country. Some jumping experience would be beneficial but not necessary. Camp activities include riding lessons 2-3 times a day, bonfires, water games, on site petting zoo, horsemanship skills, and some fun crafts.
($100 non-refundable deposit is required to hold your spot and must be received within 1 week of us receiving your forms and a receipt will be sent if requested. Balance is due camp start date.)
Cross Country Camp (4-Day eventing introduction) $350
July 31-august 3, 2020
Date August long weekend 2020 Friday-Monday over long weekend
*More advanced camp must be comfortable jumping 2.3ft-2.6ft course to get through cross country obstacles and keep up as a group skill wise jumps to 3.3ft. but lower options available not for green riders.
The format will be as follows: with fun evening ride.
Day 1: Dressage Day: Morning dressage lesson and learning about dressage tests/Afternoon dressage test run through and will get feedback.
Day 2: Show Jumping day: Morning show jumping schooling turns, straight approaches, what type of jumper courses. Afternoon full jumper course and jump off schooling.
Day 3: Cross country day: Morning schooling each part of the course. Afternoon full course run through of over 24 jumps
Day 4: Mock Event day
Morning re ride dressage test for improvement
Afternoon ride show jumping course and jump off, then complete round of cross-country course.
This is also a day camp and runs from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM daily, on a weekend. Adult camp is always based off the skill level of the participants and may include jumping, dressage, games, and trail rides, polocrosse . The choice of what to focus on is left up to the group. Mostly, this weekend is about having fun with horses and getting away from our busy lives.
July 4/5th, 2020
$150 for the weekend
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