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camps info

Leadership camp-

June 2nd-4th

Cost: 225$ ( in addition campers must sign up to lead as a camp counselor for one of our week long summer camp sessions)


Limited space available


This is a camp for the serious horseman or woman and anyone looking to become a camp counselor. Camp will start in the afternoon after school is out on Friday June 2nd and finish June 4th at noon. This is a sleepaway camp. This camp will teach students how to safely and kindly help and lead younger campers to enjoy horses. In addition to learning the ways of the barn campers will have a group riding lesson each day. Each camper will be given a horse management booklet as well as the responsibility to care for a horse of their choosing for the entirety of camp. If a camper has their own horse that they would like to bring to camp they are more than welcome to at an additional stabling fee.



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Team Rally Camp


June 19th-22nd



Cost : 400$


Optional sleepover the 22nd with half day of camp Friday 23rd (additional 150$)


Learn what it takes to own your own horse and go to a horseshow! Campers will be divided into teams for the week and learn the ins and outs of horse ownership. Campers will be gifted with their very own horse for the week. Campers will learn about the importance of teamwork. This camp is open to any serious horseperson of any riding ability. On Thursday teams will show off their skills for their family and friends at our mock horseshow. Campers will not only learn new riding skills and horse safety, but we will also learn horse management and horse trailering safety. Students will learn all that goes into the travel and preparation for a horseshow.


TrailBlazin’ Camp


June 26th-June 29th 8:30am-3pm


Cost: 425$


Optional sleepover the 29th with half day of camp Friday 30th (additional 150$)


Campers will learn how to ride safely out in the open. In addition to exploring the beautiful trails surrounding the ranch, students will learn how to safely ride horses up and down hills, through water and over small obstacles. Campers will learn different equipment used for “packing” and endurance riding. At the end of camp on Thursday campers will get to enjoy an extended trail ride with a picnic in the mountains before returning back to the ranch. Space very limited: 10 campers only


If this is a first time rider with us, please go to our Important stuff tab and download/print the appropriate forms. They are all clearly labeled word documents.

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