Horse Camps

Come experience the joys of horseback riding at Horse Camp! Day Camp Ihduhapi riding programs are progressively structured to provide campers with a fun experience of interacting with gentle horses.

Overview

Instructors are trained in horsemanship and carefully match the experience level of the child with an appropriate horse. Instruction is provided at the staging area and on the horses.

Safety is our top priority at Horse Camp. For all horse programs, we require that participants wear heeled shoes or boots. Long pants and protective helmets are required of all participants. Helmets will be provided by camp. Our horse camp is a progressive recreational riding program and is not intended to replace formal riding lessons.

Alternative activities may be planned if weather conditions such as extreme heat, rain, or wind jeopardize the safety of campers or horses.

Colts – One Hour - Introductory Level

Entering grades 2 – 6 in fall, 2017

Member Participants: $285/week
Non-Member Program Participants: $310/week

Weekly, June 12 – August 25 (No program July 3 – 4, fee prorated)

Colts is a one-hour-per-day introductory program for children with little experience around horses. First-time riders will build confidence and skills while learning the basics of western horseback riding. Instruction includes safety, leading, mounting, dismounting, reining, and basic trail riding. The remainder of the day is spent in Traditional Camp activities.

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Buckaroos – One Hour - Intermediate Level

Entering grades 3 – 6 in fall, 2017. Previous Colts experience required.

Member Participants: $290/week
Non-Member Program Participants: $315/week

Weekly, June 12 – August 25 (No program July 3 – 4, fee prorated)

Buckaroos is an intermediate program for campers with at least one year of riding experience. One hour of daily instruction includes a basic skill review, intermediate ring riding and trotting. The remainder of the day is spent in Traditional Camp activities.

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Circle Y Camp – Two Hours - Advanced Level

Entering grades 4 – 6 in fall, 2017

Member Participants: $590/two-weeks
Non-Member Program Participants: $615/two-weeks

Two-Week Sessions: June 19 – 30, July 10 – 21, July 24 – August 4 and August 7 – 18

In Circle Y Camp, experienced riders spend 10 hours per week in advanced riding instruction including mounting, trotting and ring work. Riders also learn about proper horse care such as feeding, grooming and saddling.

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