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Our Camps

Welcome to our March break and Summer camp for ages 8-12!

We're excited to offer a day filled with horses, creativity, and fun.

Horses

Horse Interaction: Get ready to meet our friendly horses! You'll have the opportunity to learn about horse care, grooming, and basic handling under the supervision of experienced staff. We also work alongside the horses moving through ground obstacles, learning leadership, life skills and empowering ourselves

 

       

Guidance and Instruction

Our instructors will be on hand to provide guidance and support throughout the day. They'll offer tips on drawing and painting techniques, help you capture the beauty and grace of the horses, and ensure that you have a rewarding and enjoyable experience.

Art

 Drawing and Painting: After getting acquainted with our equine friends, it's time to unleash your creativity! We'll provide all the necessary art supplies for you to sketch, draw, and paint the horses. Whether you're a beginner or an aspiring artist, this activity is designed to inspire and encourage your artistic talents.

Outdoor fun

In addition to horse-related activities and art sessions, we'll also make time for outdoor games and exploration. From nature walks to scavenger hunts, there will be plenty of opportunities to enjoy the fresh air and soak up the natural beauty of our surroundings.

Explore horses and self-discovery through our Horse-Centred curriculum and Equine Assisted Learning program. Participants develop both horse and leadership skills in a unique blend.

What's in the Horse-Centred curriculum?

Our groundwork-based curriculum delves into equine behaviour and communication, fostering practical handling and training skills.

What are the curriculum goals?

With four levels catering to various groundwork approaches, we aim to nurture well-rounded trainers who prioritize partnership and the horse's well-being.

How is the groundwork progression structured?

The Horse-Centred curriculum features three progressive Levels: Red, Pink, White, and Gold, each comprising twelve objectives covering equine behaviour, training philosophy, and hands-on handling.

Who can benefit from the Horse-Centred Levels?

Suitable for students aged 8 and up, regardless of riding ability, as long as they can independently handle horses on the ground.

What is Equine Assisted Learning (EAL)?

EAL fosters partnerships between humans and horses, enhancing leadership and personal empowerment through navigating obstacles and challenges as a team.

Who can participate in Equine Assisted Learning?

Students aged 8 and up, capable of grasping basic training theory and handling horses independently, are welcome to engage in this transformative learning experience.

Welcome to our March break and Summer camp for ages 8-12!

 

MARCH BREAK CAMP 2024, $60 per day 9am-3pm

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday 

please bring a lunch, outdoor clothing, water bottle

 

CAMPS 2024 SUMMER, 9 am-4 pm, Monday through Friday

 

Week 1. July 15, 16, 17, 18, 19   2024

Week 2. August 12, 13, 14, 15, 16   2024

 

Camp costs: $475 for one week

                      $900 for two weeks

(contact jump start for summer camp subsidy)

 

Lunches $5 per day

If bringing a lunch please ensure no peanuts.

 

What to bring.

Closed toed boots with a heel. Rubber boots are great.

Sunscreen, hat, water bottle, change of clothing.

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