Riding Instruction For All Ages
& Stalls For Boarding
HUGE THANK YOU
to all our previous participants!
Lots of fun, new friends, and memories made!
*Change for 2023 camp year. We are no longer taking deposits with balances due at camp. Payment is due in full at time of reserving a camp week. If for some reason you can not utilize your camp week, it can be exchanged for another week that has room or converted to value towards 30 minute lessons.
2023 Camp Dates:
1. Week of April 17th
2. Week of June 26th
3. Week of July 17th
4. Week of August 7th
**Possible additional August week TBD**
There will be one 2022 holiday camp
Week of December 26th - December 30th
This is going to be a SMALL group only,
and is available only to our current students.
This is planned to be a week of more hands on horse involved exercised for our experienced riders to help build further skills.
As of 11/17 there are only 2 spots available, please contact me if interested.
$300/week - payment required upon signing up for the special week.
Each week runs Monday through Friday
9am – 3pm
Cost: $300/week per child
Each week will be limited in participants to ensure ample one on one hands on time.
Daily activities include learning all proper care and safety around horses as well as practicing with our very safe veteran ponies! Kids will learn all about nutrition, grooming, and of course riding one on one with a MA licensed instructor. (Riding is not mandatory, we understand some participants may love to be around and interact with the ponies but may have a fear of actually riding, it is their choice!)
Contact Christina to reserve your spot
Both forms are needed to be filled out.
Participants do not need to know how to ride, or have any prior experience. This is a full horsemanship program – participants will learn hands on all about horses, how to take care of them, interact with them in a safe manner daily, and of course have opportunity to ride under the direct supervision of a licensed riding instructor.
Participants can be between the ages of 5 and 17.
While on farm, closed toe shoes are a requirement – no sandals or flip flops allowed please. Dress for the weather, but a pair of long pants should be brought to be worn whenever riding to avoid legs rubbing on saddles. Changing and bathroom facilities are available onsite. Participants should also bring a lunch as well each day, we will provide extra water bottles for hot summer days!
SPACE IS LIMITED!
In order to provide our participants with more hands on time with the horses we do limit the number of participants that we will accept into the program. Please reserve early to secure your spot.