Our Western riding and Hunter/English riding Campers with existing riding experience (Novice - advanced) will have a group lessons.
Campers with minimal to some riding experience (Advanced to confident beginner) will receive a private lesson with one of our instructors.
Beginners with no previous or only minimal riding experience will start on the lunge line in a saddle with no stirrups to learn balance and correct seat and graduate from that to learning how to ride free in a walk independently.
Vaulting was introduced into our program 3 years ago to help our riders develop more balance, confidence, flexibility and body control.
We give this lesson in the morning and in the afternoon.
Trick Riding was introduced in our program at the same time as vaulting. It will help riders to develop body control, build confidence and work through any fears.
We give trick riding lessons in the morning and another one in the afternoon.
The Stablemanagement part of our Camp invites our campers to learn what it would mean to own a horse and take care of them. This includes
- Stall cleaning
- Feeding and watering
- Health care
By the end of the session, they will know that taking care of a horse isn’t simple, it is hard work, but so much fun!
We have united camp activties during the afternoon and expect all campers to participate in them.
Our Counselors plan this activities for the week