Saturday Kids Club

Please leave your pets at home. There is NO SMOKING anywhere on PRF property. 
Thank you in advance for your cooperation.

ARIA Member

American Riding Instructors Association



Our Saturday program offers a complete education in horse care and stable management, as well as comprehensive riding instruction. Kids club runs every other Saturday. Horses and riding teach kids valuable life skills, including responsibility, compassion, and a strong work ethic. 


Please let us know by the Wednesday before hand if your child will be attending. Via email or by phone 570-856-4977.

For each session the kids participate in and successfully understand the material, they will receive a badge. Each session will have a different badge to collect. We will also be giving out ribbons to attach and display badges to. 

Hours are 10am-4pm.

Rates are $65 for the day.

Ages: 7+

Schedule includes: A morning group riding lesson, and on horseback games. Learn barn life and stable management including; mucking, watering, feeding. Watch horse videos, make horse related crafts and just have a fun filled day at the barn. Demos on braiding, shoeing, basic veterinary care, tack cleaning and more. But best of all, kids have fun! 


Click here for downloadable registration form.


Be sure club members bring a bagged lunch, wear long pants and a closed toe shoe.

Purchasing a SEI/ASTM approved helmet STRONGLY suggested



September 30th,

October 14th,

October 28th,

November 11th,

November 25th.

Week 1, Sept 30th
Grooming and Ground Manners
    Grooming tools, Proper grooming techniques,

    Safe haltering and handling
    Obstacle course and showmanship

Week 2, October 14th
Barn Safety and Chores
    “fix” the barn activity
    Feeding and Nutrition
    Barn management

Week 3, October 28th
First Aid
    First aid kit items
    How to wrap legs correctly
    Medications and uses

Week 4, November 11th
Breeds, Markings, Colors
    Scavenger hunt
    Worksheets and books

Week 5, November 25th
 Tack and Equipment
    Bits, breast colors, saddles and bridles. Differences and uses
    Label the tack game​​