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  Summer Camp 2013!
   
 

Wild About Horses Equestrian Center wants your child to be part of an
“Educational experience” this summer!

Summer Camp at Wild About Horses Equestrian Center offers 2 lessons per day, lessons in Natural Horsemanship, and all new horsie crafts for our camp and lots of supervision. Here is a unique and special gift for your child the summer. Build confidence, learn respect, and experience the love, that only horses can bring into your child life.

Summer Camp Dates 2013

Week 1 - June 3rd - Ages 7 and older
Week 1 June 3rd - Ages 7 and older
Week 2 June 10th - 4-H Participants ONLY
Week 3 June 24 - Ages 7 and older
Week 4 July 8 - Ages 7 and older
Week 5 July 22nd - Ages 7 and older

Register by May 1 and receive a $10 discount

Camp schedule - Monday through Friday from 9am - 3pm. All camps are $250 per week.

Our schedule will include 2 riding lessons per day, Educational projects, art and crafts and barn chores. Everything evolves around horses!

This will be our 15th year of summer camp and we our proud of our reputation! Only 12 students are a part of each camp. We have a safe and educational great program designed to teach your child to ride and accomplish the walk and the trot. Have some experience already? Some groups will canter!

Each camp is divided into 3 groups of 4. Students will be evaluated and selected for groups that best fits the riders. Each group has a Senior leader that will stay with them through the course of the day. Groups will rotate through activities! Our instructor will be assisted by summer camp counselors (WAH students) that will assist campers with their horses as they learn to ride. WAH is an environment that encourages every student learn and feel comfortable. Safety is out main goal, education and self confidence is next.

Summer camps need to bring sunscreen, a lunch and water.


Registration for camp. Sign and register with payment by mail.
Liability Form

Long pants and a boot with a ½” heel is requested (no higher please!)  No opened toe shoes or shorts are permitted.  We will provide the helmets, horses, and a fun safe, healthy environment!