Horsemanship Camps - 2022 Dates

Horsemanship camp is for those who are looking to have a fun and exciting week experiencing horses first hand with knowledgeable and caring staff. Students will spend time at the stable learning to ride and care for the horses.

We have 3 different levels to fit many ability levels. Some levels may take more than one year to complete.


 2022 Horsemanship Registration Form


2022 Horsemanship Brochure


REGISTER ONLINE HERE



Our "Horse FAQ" (Frequently Asked Questions) page is available here: Horse FAQ

for those seeking additional information regarding the details of horsemanship camps.

  • Homeschool Horsemanship Camp

    May 15-20, 2022

    If you love horses and are homeschooled, this is the camp for you! Specifically designed for homeschoolers age 10 and older, this week includes teachings, chapel content, and a schedule all prepared with your needs in mind. The mid-May timing of this camp and its smaller size (twenty campers) offers a great chance to get to know others with similar backgrounds very well. 

    This camp concludes with a Friday evening program (4:30pm) where campers will demonstrate what they have learned in a horse show at the arena. Parents, family, and friends are invited to attend with a cookout meal following (donations are accepted to help cover the meal costs- but don’t let cost keep you away).


  • Level 1 Horsemanship Camps

    June 5-11; June 26-July 2; July 17-23; August 7-13

    Campers will learn the basics of horse care and riding, working toward being able to safely and confidently control their horse. Certified Horsemanship Association (CHA) based curriculum, games on horseback, trail rides, and  preparing an introductory drill routine offer campers fun experiences to  develop their skills. CHA Level 1 certification may be earned. 


  • Level 2 Horsemanship Camps

    June 12-18, July 3-9; July 24-30, July 31-August 6

    Campers build upon their Level 1 experiences as they become confident controlling their horse at a trot and learn the basics of the canter. Intermediate-level games, trail rides, arena instruction, and preparing a group drill routine help students work toward CHA Level 2 certification in a fun and caring environment.

  • Advanced Horsemanship Camp

                                 

    June 19-25

    Advanced riders build upon their CHA Level 1 & 2 knowledge and skills as they learn more about cantering, lead changes, and smooth  transitions. Advanced games, activities, and trail rides will test and  expand campers’ riding ability and love of horses. The week may include an extended trail ride off camp property, and preparing an advanced drill routine.