Spring Break Camp taking registrations

 limited space available


Monday - Friday March 27-31st

9:30 am - 3:00 pm
Early Drop Off/ Late Pick-Up available

 

We provide proper ASTM helmets made only for riding. NO OTHER HELMETS ALLOWED

What to bring:
- Lunch
- Runners and boots
- Winter clothing, layers
- Boots with a 1/2 inch heel for riding (we do have some sizes, but not all)
- Wear comfortable pants to ride in, but nothing slippery or tight!

In the morning, participants learn how to catch and tack up their horses. Afterwards, children learn riding basics - all riders trot on the first day! At the end of the week we take them out on a fun trail ride where they get to practice all of the skills they learned.

After lunch, the kids participate in many fun activities including driving the donkey cart, riding ponies, learning about the other petting zoo animals, etc. Horse theory will also be covered in camps including parts of the horse, hoof care, and more.

Lots of riding and hands on learning!

HOW TO REGISTER- CALL US 780-470-0414                                                              Forms can be filled out Monday morning at start of Camp. Full payment is required in advance and payment made over phone or by bank transfer to email sonyasteiner@ymail.com  

 Clinics

Clinics run winter/spring months of each year

Fearless Riding Clinic April 15th 9:30-5pm

One of our most popular clinics! Whether it's your horse experiencing it, or you, fear keeps us from enjoying horses as much as we should be. Haul-in for the clinic or use one of our lesson horses. Horse psychology will be covered, and booklets provided allowing participants to take notes about their progress. Handle our young horses and watch how they react to different stimulus. Ride your horse through a scary obstacle course - you'll be surprised with what you achieve! Learn how your posture and breathing affect your horse's confidence. 

 

Introduction to Driving: Singles and Pairs

please call if interested

 Hands on learning, safety, harness, hitching up, drive a single horse and pairs - all inside a heated facility. Horses and vehicles provided! Lots of information and take home materials.