Campers will be taught from the Equine Mastery Education System (EMES). Registration includes Riding and Horsemanship Beginner Level One, Unit 1 book!

Campers will participate in horse safety, grooming, tacking, mounted and unmounted games, bathing a horse, anatomy of the horse including painting the horse, scavenger hunts, and arts and crafts.

All campers will learn improved grooming including leg and hoof care, mane pulling, clipping and braiding.

Additional skills to be taught: Basic survival skills in the outdoors with emphasis on hydration for horse and camper, packing and unpacking for horse shows including feed preparation and safe packing of hay nets, preparation of ready rooms, proper eye and ear care of your horse, care of the tack, basic first aid for horse and rider.



Summer Camp Dates

             June 3-5

            June 10-12

             July 15-17

             July 22-24





Campers may have water activities, so please send clothes that can get wet. Also bring one change of clothes and rain wear including rubber boots in case of inclement weather. Thanksgiving campers will need coats, hats, scarfs and gloves.

Also send sun screen and insect repellent, or any special brands if your child has allergies, etc. Please label all medication with camper's name and instructions.  Please send a sack lunch and plenty of with your camper, no food or drink will be provided.

All campers must alert counselors when they leave for the day.

Early drop off and late pick ups are allowed with additional fee and pre-approval only. Single day campers are also welcomed.



Camp Hours: Full Camp 9:00 am - 1:00 pm, Mini-Camp 9:00-1:00pm

Service Fee 
Summer Camps   $100/day ($270/3-days if current EMES participant)                    
Spring Break Camps  $100/day
Thanksgiving Camp  $100/day
Mini-Camp $100/day



Please print and return with your deposit:

Click here for the Camp Application

$50 non-refundable deposit to hold spot

Campers Checklist

* Long pants, jeans or riding breeches
* Paddock or low heel boots
* Riding helmet (no borrowing of equipment)
* Bathing suit, towel and flip flops or sandals
* Change of clothes (non-riding)
* Sack lunch and plenty of water
* Rainwear and rainboots
* Coat, hat, scarf, gloves (Thanksgiving camp)
* Release form, for new campers
* Any medication (labeled with child's name)
* Copies of insurance card
* List of allergies and treatment, if applicable

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