Immerse yourself with horses all day to improve your horsemanship!
- Started Jul. 5Started Jul. 5
- 315 Canadian dollars$315
- Road 37E
Summer 2021 Youth Riding Day Camps for riders 7-17 yrs old 9:00 am-4:00 pm Beginner Camp July 5-9th July 12-16th August 16-20th Level 1 Camp July 19-23rd FULL July 26-30th August 30-Sept 3rd Level 2 Camp August 23-27th Level 3 Camp August 9-13th Early Years Camp for Children (4 years and older) not ready for a full day $126 Early Years Camp AM August 3-6th 9:00-12:30 Early Years Camp PM August 3-6th 1:00-4:30 pm **Pending COVID restrictions allow us to proceed Riding Day Campers will ride every day under the supervision of quality certified instructors. They will learn riding skills as well as all about horses through fun activities including horse watching, vaulting (gymnastics on horseback), Miniature Horse Olympics 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! They will learn about tack, horse behavior, markings, etc. Beginner camp is for first time riders or those who only ride a few days a year and need to relearn the basics. This week is good for timid riders who like to take things slower. Level 1 camp is for those who have been in lessons or camp before and know the basic cues for walk and jog/trot reverses and circles. There will be a lot of jogging this week. Level 2 camp is for riders already loping/cantering who are more independent with catching/grooming/tacking. This camp is also good for riders well balanced and confident at jog/trot and ready to lope/canter OR if they just want to stay at jog and are proficient in all related skills. We have a few young riders who aren’t comfortable at lope/canter but are showing and great walk/jog/trot riders. Level 3 camp is for riders developing their showing and training skills. These riders have a balanced and effective seat and are working on lateral movements as well as refining timing and feel in higher level/faster maneuvers. Campers can ride both English and/or Western throughout the week and bareback. We teach the skills to ride with confidence, but full day campers must be physically able to ride a horse without side walker for assistance, pay attention and obey instructions in order to remain safe. If your beginner rider is unsure of horses then consider a few private lessons first so that they are more comfortable in a camp setting.
#31061 Road 37E RM of La Broquerie, MB Canada