2011 Summer Dates: June 6 - 10, and June 20 - 24.
9:30am - 2:30pm
3Bay summer camp is an opportunity for students to
learn horse care and horsemanship in a fun, safe, hands-on
environment. This includes all facets of horse care: how do horses think, how
to tell if a horse is sick, how to make them better,
parts of the horse and tack, how to protect and wrap the
horses' legs and why, different ways to exercise horses,
observing horses in their natural environment at work
and play, how and why horses wear shoes. Your child will learn to groom and tack up as well as how
to give a horse a bubble bath. Students will experience the day-to-day operation of a stable and
what it takes to care for horses. Schedule permitting, we will be able to see a live demonstration
from our farrier!
Students are able to ride for at least one hour per day and will have an opportunity to watch more advanced students in the ring. And on Fridays parents are invited to watch what their children have accomplished over the past week.
The price is $300 for one week, with a $50 non-refundable deposit required to hold your place. Students should bring a brown bag lunch plus snacks and lots of water and cold drinks. For safety reasons students must wear a closed-toe shoe with a 1/2 inch definable heel and jeans or riding pants.
To Reserve Your Space email firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 469.865.4500