SUMMER CAMP 2014 DATES
CALL FEBRUARY 1 TO REGISTER YOUR CHILDREN!!!
Two lessons per day!
Arts and Crafts!
Learn about horse health, horse care, grooming and tacking, handling horses!
End-of-camp Horse Show and Pot Luck on last day of each camp!
Come and Have Fun With US!!!!!!!
June 16 through June 27, 2014 -- Beginner Camp and Jump Camp
(if not enough interest in Jump, then Advanced Flat)
June 30 through July 11, 2014 -- Beginner Intermediate through Advanced Flat
July 14 through July 25, 2014 -- Beginner Camp and Advanced Flat Camp
July 28 through August 8, 2014 -- Beginner Intermediate through Advanced Flat
We may add a fifth camp if there is demand.
$650 per two-week session
9:00 am to 2:00 pm --
We have found that extending hours past 2:00 is hard on the kids!
Make sure your child brings snacks and lunch in an insolated bag!
There is a $100 registration fee (non-refundable if cancellation is after May 1) due upon sign-up by cash or check (by mail is fine).
After-care available 8:00 to 9:00 am and 2:00 to 5:00 pm if necessary ($6 an hour). You do not have to commit to an entire week of aftercare -- it can be arranged on a daily basis as long as we have 24 hours' notice.
Pony Pal Camp information -- Please go to Pony Pal Page.
Winter lessons have begun. We still have a few openings in a Beginner class
on Mondays at 4 and some advanced classes -- PLEASE CALL US!
There will be a break from December 24 through January 1 for the holidays;
no classes during this break!
Price -- $500, plus a $10 helmet fee if you do not have your own helmet).
If you do not get an answer, please try back.
We try to get to the phone but sometimes have our hands full of horses!
Learn to Ride or Get back into Riding
WHERE GENERATIONS LEARN TO RIDE!
WE WILL BEGIN TAKING NAMES FOR SUMMER CAMP, 2014, ON
FEBRUARY 1, 2014. 301-622-2424.
THE CAMP SCHEDULE WILL BE POSTED AFTER JANUARY 1, 2014.
All Year Long
Join us for a trail ride in the Park
No Riding Experience Needed
Sundays at 1, 2 and 3
***Please be patient!
Trail rides fill up quickly!
We only take out small groups because we
only use horses that we feel are 100%
safe for beginner riders.
Safety is our #1 priority.
See the trail ride page for tips on getting your