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The riding day camp program caters to children ages 7-16. It has been designed to build confidence, teach riding and horsemanship skills, instill respect for the environment, while encouraging new friendships with other children who share the same interest.

See what a positive impact camp can have on your child!

To achieve these goals, our camp’s daily schedule is built around riding lessons. These lessons address the physical aspect of riding, teaching the body how to sit, balance and use aids (signals given with legs, seat, hands and voice) to direct and communicate with the horse. As campers acquire riding skills, they come to understand how a horse’s mind works and why he responds as he does.

Campers will develop their riding skills through lessons, but also through participating in games, as well as riding through obstacle courses. Activities such as grooming, tacking, feeding, learning the proper care of tack, and general barn management are aimed at increasing horsemanship skills. The program also features learning about horse anatomy, nutrition, breeds, parts of the saddle and bridle, and equestrian sports. Methods will include arts and crafts, games, and other hands-on activities.

Daily horseback riding is combined with, arts and crafts, outdoor play, and nature exploration to ensure a well-rounded summer experience.

Children will be evaluated on arrival and placed into classes with riders of the same ability.

Download Chariot Riders 2016 Summer Camp Enrollment Packet

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Please Note: Enrollment is limited to allow personalized instruction.
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