Ages 7 and up. Advanced beginner to Intermediate. A written explanation of prior experience may be required.
9am - 4pm
Three day camp for kids 7 and up. Classes will review dressage basics, including geometry, how to read a dressage test, and riding an Intro test both on horseback and off. Students will also learn in-hand techniques with their horse for better control from the ground including lunging and in-hand obstacle courses.
Requirements: Students must be able to walk, trot and post on their own.
Ages 3-6 accompanied by adult.
10am - 2pm
You and your little one learn the basics of horses and riding together! Spend three days riding, grooming and creating horse related crafts with your child. Safe, fun environment for the youngest aspiring horse lovers to learn, and have fun with Mom!
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Pleasant Ridge Farm llc
Ages 7 and up. Advanced beginner to Intermediate rider. A written explanation of prior experience may be required.
9am - 4pm
Three day camp for kids 7 and up who want to continue their riding with fun lessons and activities centered around jumping. Classes will review correct position and how to ride courses and patterns starting with poles and working up to small cross rails.
Requirements: Students must be able to walk, trot, and post on their own.
Please leave your pets at home. There is NO SMOKING anywhere on PRF property.
Thank you in advance for your cooperation.
American Riding Instructors Association
Ages 9 and up. Advanced beginner to Intermediate. A written explanation of prior experience may be required.
Level: Advanced beginner to novice riders.
This camp is for riders who wish to participate in an intensive 3 day combined training experience. Each day riders will learn about one of the phases of eventing; dressage, show jumping, and cross country. At the end of camp students will ride a full event while being scored by other campers.
This camp will review each phase of Eventing.
Day one: Dressage - Campers will learn how to read, ride and judge a dressage test
Day two: Stadium Jumping - Campers will learn how to walk, set up and ride a small course
Day three: Cross Country - Campers will learn how to walk a course, ride terrain and boldly jump fences.
This camp is for students with strong basics. Students should be able to safely halter, lead, tack and groom independently. They should also have solid riding basics. Meaning they are secure and balanced in the saddle, have strong posting abilities, know their two point, sitting trot, understand their basic rein and leg aids and have had some experience over small fences.