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WE HAD A GREAT SUMMER - THANKS FOR JOINING US AND WE HOPE TO SEE YOU IN THE SUMMER OF 2020!!!

Summer Horseback Riding Camp in Salisbury, Maryland!


Click the Link below for your 2020 Summer Camp Enrollment Form - fill out and mail in with $50 deposit to secure your spot!
Camp Form 2020


Come spend some summer time with us learning how to ride and care for horses or join one of our specialty programs and get involved in one of three disciplines: Dressage, Hunters, or Eventing! Our summer camps give students loads of hands on understanding of horseback riding, horse training techniques, and barn management. Students spend hours in the saddle each day!





  • Daily Riding Lesson
  • Horse Care and Education
  • Small groups of campers for more productive learning and ride time
  • Arts and Crafts











  • HORSE CAMP!
    All riding abilities welcome!
    Wednesday - Friday 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
    June 22nd - 24th
    July 20th - 22nd
    August 3rd - 5th
    August 17th - 19th
    $200/week
    Ages 8 and up!




    HUNTER/JUMPER AND EQUITATION CAMP!
    Riders able to jump, Welcome!
    Wednesday - Friday 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
    June 17th - 19th
    $325/week




    EVENTING CAMP!
    Riders interested in jumping: stadium and cross country as well as dressage, Welcome!
    Monday - Friday 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
    July 13th - 17th
    $325/week




    WORKING EQUITATION CAMP!
    Practice your jumping, dressage, and your ability to complete challanging obstacles with your horse all week long!
    Monday - Friday 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
    August 10th - 14th
    $325/week




    DAY CAMPS:

    Barn Days: 10:00 - 2:00 $50 inquire within

    Patch Days:
    True Beginner June 15th 11:00 - 2:00 $55
    Beginner and Advanced Beginner June 25th 10:00 - 2:00 $65
    Novice July 23rd 11:00 - 2:00 $55
    Intermediate #1 August 6th 11:00 - 2:00 $55

    Dressage Ride A Test Days:
    11:00 - 2:00 $50
    Take a dressage group lesson and then do a ride a test at your dressage level
    June 16th
    July 27th
    August 20th

    Game Day
    Spend a few hours on horseback playing western themed games like barrel racing, pole bending, key hole and more!
    A prize for the fasted ride in each pattern!
    10:00 - 2:00 $50
    June 26th
    July 24th
    August 21st

    Three Phase Day
    Join us for a fun yet slightly competitive day or Dressage, Stadium Jumping and Cross Country
    Training, riding, and competing against eachother at our Mock Event
    July 17th and August 7th
    10:00 - 2:00 $50



    BEGINNER CAMP: Intro to Horses!
    Riders new to horses, unable to canter, or low confidence welcome!
    Monday - Friday 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

    $300/week
    Ages 8 and up!




    NOVICE CAMP: Progressing with Horses!
    Riders ready to canter or learning basic jumping and dressage skills welcome!
    Monday - Friday 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

    $300/week
    Ages 8 and up!




    INTERMEDIATE CAMP: Fun with Horses!
    Riders comfortable around horses, able to walk, trot, canter and jump - welcome!
    Monday - Friday 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
    NA
    $300/week




    DRESSAGE CAMP!
    Monday - Friday 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
    NA
    $180/week




    Three Days 'til Competition Camp!


    Wednesday - Friday 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
    $200/week


    COME SPEND YOUR SUMMER WITH US LEARNING, STRENGHTENING AND DEVELOPING YOUR HORSEMANSHIP SKILLS



    Specialty Programs: Dressage, Eventing, Hunter/Jumpers





    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION



  • PONY DAYS:
    $30.00 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
    FOR CHILDREN AGES 7 AND UNDER WHO SHARE AN INTEREST IN HORSES AND PONIES. YOUR CHILD WILL LEARN BASIC HORSE CARE SKILLS, RIDING SKILLS, PLAY GAMES AND MAKE HORSE RELATED CRAFTS!


  • BARN DAYS:
    Join us any camp day this summer and make it a barn day!

    $45.00 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
    GREAT FOR RIDERS IN THESE STAGES OF RIDING:
    OR DO A BARN DAY DURING A SPECIALTY CAMP AS LONG AS YOUR ARE AT THAT RIDING ABILITY!

  • INTRO TO HORSES
    FOR THE COMPLETE BEGINNER OR RIDERS STILL GETTING COMFORTABLE WITH TROT WORK

  • PROGRESSING WITH HORSES
    FOR RIDERS WHO ARE COMFORTABLE HANDLING THEIR HORSE AND CAN WALK TROT AND ARE READY TO LEARN TO CANTER

  • FUN WITH HORSES
    FOR RIDERS WHO ARE COMFORTABLE CANTERING AND ARE READY TO BE INTRODUCED TO DRESSAGE AND JUMPING BASICS



  • HUNTER/JUMPER AND EQUITATION


    FOR RIDERS WHO ARE COMFORTABLE WITH HORSES AND CONFIDENT RIDERS READY TO LEARN OR PERFECT JUMP COURSES AND THEIR EQUITATION



  • DRESSAGE CAMP

    $300.00 10:00 A.M. - 2:00 P.M.
    FOR THE ADVANCED RIDER CAPABLE OF WORK U/S THIS PROGRAM WILL BE STRUCTURED AROUND DEVELOPING/FURTHERING THE HORSE AND RIDERS DRESSAGE KNOWLEDGE THROUGH A SERIES OF EXERCISES AND RIDE A TESTS





  • EVENTING OPTIONS

    $30.00 - $45.00
    FOR THE ADVANCED RIDER CAPABLE AND CONFIDENT WITH WORK U/S AND O/F. THIS PROGRAM IS TO FURTHER INTRODUCE RIDERS INTO THE WORLD OF EVENTING COVERING THE DRESSAGE, STADIUM JUMPING AND CROSS COUNTRY DISCIPLINES

    FOR NOVICE RIDERS AND UP



  • SUMMER RIDING CLUB


    A GROUP LESSON FOR ALL LEVELS OF RIDERS - $30


  • MILESTONE LESSONS




    Learn by the levels Schedule: (Use this listing to help you determine your camp week options!)

    "True Beginner": New to horses and ready to learn from the ground up. Learning how to control a quiet school horse at the walk and trot and can stop the horse. The beginner rider is still finding their balance and getting comfortable with the horses movement.
    (Milestone 1)

    : "Beginner": understands common safety practices while working around the horse. Is balanced to walk halt and trot while applying correct riding aids and maintaining position. Able to sit and post the trot in rhythm with the horse and is understanding posting diagonals.
    (Milestone 2)

    "Advanced Beginner": this rider can mount and dismount unassisted. Can ride independently at the walk, and trot the shapes of the ring while maintaining rhythm. Is comfortable with and can maintain position at the halt, walk, trot (sitting, posting, and 2 point). Can trot a ground pole course. This rider is ready to canter!
    (Milestone 3)

    "Novice": this rider knows basic parts of the horse and tack. They are comfortable tacking and untacking the horse without assistance. They are learning to canter while remaining balanced and in control of the horse. They are understanding their leads and can walk, trot, canter in both the full and half seat position. This rider has been introduced to small jumps.
    (Milestones 4-8)
    " Canter groundpole course with leads
    " Level 1 Jumper (18'')
    " Intro level dressage

    "Intermediate 1": this rider shows seriousness in their riding and has sound equitation skills. Can ride w/t/c with ring shapes and simple changes, knows what diagonal or lead they are on and can correct quickly. can stop the horse from any gait. This rider has an independent seat and can ride without stirrups and is ready to be introduced to the basic principles of dressage and jumping. This rider is gaining knowledge in stable management and abides by the rules of the ring and emphasizes safety on and around horses.
    (Milestones 9 - 12, 15 - 25)
    "level 2 jumper 2' -2'3)
    "Training Level Dressage
    " Elementary eventer

    "Intermediate 2": this rider can perform flying lead changes on a school horse, can apply variations to the gaits, turn on the forehand, turn on the haunches, and lateral movements. This rider also understands basic concepts of jumping as well as related distances and stride lengths for jumping and can hand gallop. Lengthen and shorten strides and understands lateral and longitudinal bending/suppling
    (Milestones #13, 14, #26 - 28)
    " Level 3 jumper (2'3-2'9)
    " First level dressage
    " Beginner novice eventer



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