Have you always wanted to own your own horse? Try adopting one for a week or two instead. Girls ages 10-18 are invited to attend a special riding camp teaching classical horsemanship in dressage, riding over fences, and/or western pleasure. Riders at all levels of experience are welcome.
You may bring your own horse, for no additional charge, or you will adopt a horse for your stay and will be responsible for his care, for cooling him off with a hose bath, for giving him a vacation on a trail ride, and for schooling him in the ring.
The camp schedule includes a short ride after check-in the first evening, twice daily riding lessons Monday through Thursday and a final lesson on Friday morning. Lessons may also be supplemented by trail rides, and/or dismounted lessons. Unlike the traditional rustic camp, you will be living in college dorms, feasting in the college dining hall, and swimming in the school's indoor pool. A van will bring you up to the equestrian center in the morning and will return you to campus for activities such as swimming, ropes course initiatives & games, scavenger hunts, crafts and more.
Camp staff include CHA certified instructor and counselors who are committed Christians and who will strive to make your stay a great one.
Prospective students and incoming freshman that want to get a head start on their riding education are welcome to join us for camp as well.
Cost and Session Information
The cost for camp is $700 per week, $675 per additional consecutive weeks
Girl's Week 1: June 26- July 1, 2016
Girl's Week 2: July 3-8, 2016
Girl's Week 3: July 10-15, 2016
Girl's Week 4: July 17-22, 2016
Girl's Week 5: July 24-29, 2016 15
Girl's Week 6: July 31- August 5, 2016