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Thursday 19 Sep 2019
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2016 Summer Horse Camp

on 13 June 2013.

 Be a cowboy or cowgirl this summer!

We have two camp options to choose from. See Details Below.

Summer Horse Camp for all Abilities:  Information & Registration Forms ---> 


Monday to Friday – 8:30am to 11:30am

Two 1-week camps - $55 per day or $250 per week 

18 July to 22 July and 15 – 19 August

Kiddies with all abilities from ages 5 and up
This camp is specifically designed to be authentically inclusive
AND is for children of all abilities including children with special needs.

This summer have fun…

  • learning to ride, take care of, and be safe around horses.
  • learning about horse anatomy, behaviour, and nutrition.
  • creating cowboy crafts.
  • playing games; and,
  • maybe even painting a horse!

 

What to bring to Horse Camp...

  • Wear your cowboy boots, jeans, and a shirt. If you don’t have cowboy boots, that’s okay. You may wear closed toe shoes or boots with a heel.
  • Bring your riding helmet. We have a few helmets available for use; however, we recommend riders purchase their own helmet with correct fit and meeting the ASTM-SEI standards.
  • Bring water, lunch, and a snack.
  • Bring sunscreen
  • Make sure to put your name on all your belongings to make sure they go home with you when camp is over!

 

Register for our small and personalized camp experience early to avoid disappointment.

We can’t wait to see you at Cowboy Town Stables!

 

 

Summer at the Barn:  Information & Registration Forms ---> 

 

Come develop your horsemanship skills!
Spend all day at the barn with your own amazing horse for the entire summer or as many weeks as you
like ... we've got that special horse friend just for you!

 

We’ll have fun…

  • Increasing your horse knowledge and learning to take care of and be safe around horses.
  • Practicing basic equine first aid.
  • Exploring what it takes to maintain and manage a ranch.
  • Working with your horse from the ground, we call that “groundwork”.
  • “Reading” your horse and discovering what makes your horse tick.
  • And of course, working on your riding skills!

 

What to bring to Camp…

  • Wear your cowboy boots, jeans, and a shirt. If you don’t have cowboy boots, that’s okay. You may wear closed toe shoes or boots with a heel.
  • Bring your riding helmet. We have a few helmets available for use; however, we recommend riders purchase their own helmet with correct fit and meeting the ASTM-SEI standards.
  • Bring a water bottle, snacks, and lunch.
  • Bring sunscreen and a hat and maybe a change of clothes.
  • Pack a swimsuit and towel – hint – we may cool off in the sprinkler or the pool!
  • Make sure to put your name on all your belongings to make sure they go home with you when camp is over!

 

Additional Camp Information

  • Our specially trained and certified instructor provides lessons for people of all abilities. She is certified through PATH International.
  • If you need earlier drop-off, please let us know.
  • Select camp dates below.
  • Multiple week discounts available: 3 to 4 weeks  10%,  5 or more weeks – 20% off
  • Attached you will find the Registration Form, Photo Release, Rider Information Form, Emergency Medical Authorization Form, and the Release of Liability. Please be sure to complete and return all forms.
  • In order to ensure a spot, please include a non-refundable deposit of $100 for registrations made before 01 July; thereafter, payment is due with registration.
  • Please make cheques payable to Shanna Scott. You can also pay online with Bank of Butterfield – just let us know and we will provide the account information.