Our 2020 Calendar is starting to fill up!
February 22nd: Biomechanics Clinic with Paul Boland
March 1st: Dressage clinic with Betty Ortlieb
March 14th: Drill Team Clinic
April 11th: IDS Approved Dressage Show
April 18th: Groundwork for Liberty Clinic
May 16th: Fun Dressage & More Show
June 12th-14th: Intro to Liberty with Dan James from Double Dan Horsemanship
June 15th-19th Summer Camp Week 1
June 22nd-26th: Summer Camp Week 2: Advanced Camp
July 6th-10th: Summer Camp Week 3
July 13th-July 17th: Summer Camp Week 4
August 8th: IDS Dressage Show
October 31st: IDS Dressage Show
November 21st: Fun Dressage & More Show
We will hold 3 weeks of camp that are open to both beginner and intermediate students. We pack a whole lot of fun into a week of camp! Students get to ride daily, learn groundwork exercise, learn to drive a cart, play games and do crafts! Riding time will be grouped based on riding level, so these camps are open to beginners (no previous riding experience necessary) & intermediate students. Camp is $250/week/student. Campers will bring a sack lunch daily and we'll provide a snack! Camp is from 9 AM (please no drop off before 8:45AM) to 4PM (late pickup can be arranged for an additional charge).
Week 1: June 15-19
Week 3: July 6-10
Week 4: July 13-17
Contact Allison Whisler at 765-730-3993 or firstname.lastname@example.org to register!
Our advanced camp is reserved for our students 12 and up that are more skilled riders. Riders MUST be able to canter confidently. Why? Advanced camp is just that-advanced. We will have more challenging riding time as well as more advanced groundwork. Camp is $250/week/student. Campers will bring a sack lunch daily and we'll provide a snack. Camp is from 9 AM (please no drop off before 8:45AM) to 4PM (late pickup can be arranged for an additional charge).