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2022 Spring Break Day Camp

Immerse yourself with horses all day to improve your horsemanship!

  • Ended
  • 367.50 Canadian dollars
  • Road 37E

Service Description

Youth Riding Day Camp for riders 7-17 yrs old of all levels $367.50 Monday March 28 – Friday April 1st 9:00 am – 4:00 pm If you are looking to get some extra riding time in during spring break, this camp will satisfy that craving! Riding Day Campers will ride in the morning and afternoon with CHA certified instructors. They will learn riding skills as well as all about horses through fun activities including horse watching, vaulting (gymnastics on horseback) and participating in team discovery. Campers will be taught how to communicate effectively with horses in a way that is easy to understand and apply. Safety is important and always our #1 priority. Having Fun is a close 2nd! In the barn they will learn about tack, horse behaviour, horse markings, etc. We will take riders of all levels and divide them up into groups according to their abilities and age. There will be stations to alternate the different groups through so they can better learn at their level. Campers can ride both English and/or Western throughout the week and bareback. We teach the skills to ride with confidence, but campers must be physically able to ride a horse without assistance and be able to pay attention and obey instructions in order to remain safe. If your beginner rider may be unsure of horses then consider a few private lessons first so that they are more comfortable in a camp setting. Our horses are all very well trained and used to a lot of action so that helps provide a positive experience! We supply the horses and tack. Riders must wear closed toe boots with a minimum ½” heel, shirts and long pants. Rubber boots are sufficient so long as they have the heel required. Do not wear noisy clothing. We do supply helmets, which are mandatory for students under 18 years old, but students may bring their own certified riding helmets. Campers need to bring their own lunch, snacks and drinks. Please provide method to keep lunches cool if needed. Send along a water bottle marked with the camper’s name.

Contact Details

  • #31061 Road 37E RM of La Broquerie, MB Canada

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