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ABOUT HORSE RIDING CAMP
Equutrails horse riding camp is about fun and education. Yes, you can learn a lot and still have great fun. This will be a great experience for all particpants.
Equutrails is now accepting reservations for August DAY horse riding camp.
Suitable for ages 7 – 15.
Horse Riding Camp students earn how to groom, tack up, and the basics of riding a horse. All riders learn how to sit with a balanced seat at the walk and trot. Participants also learn how and what to feed a horse, how to pick up it’s feet, grooming techniques, all about tack and maintenance, stall cleaning and stable management, horse education, horse health, events and much more. Thursday is camping night so kids should bring their tents and sleeping bags (optional). Friday is trail riding. Parents are encouraged to reserve for the ride and join their kids (based on availability).
Everything is taught with a hands on approach and full participation by all.
HORSE RIDING CAMP HOURS
9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Mon – Fri
Drop off and pick up
8:00 am and up to 5:00 pm
Cost of horse riding camp is $375 per week. No restriction on number of weeks.
Sign up before August 15th and save $75 per registration. ($300)
Equutrails provides horses and tack. Participants are required to bring their own helmet (health safety) and must wear a low heeled boot (riding safety). No boots no helmet no riding — no exceptions.
Call us for Reservations – 604-376-0203
Payments accepted by Credit Card via PayPal or cash. Sorry no cheques.
$100 non refundable deposit upon acceptance of registration. Full payment must be made no later than 3 days prior to camp start date. No Refunds unless the spot can be filled with another registrant.
In association with Healing Horses Sanctuary (operated by BC Healing Horses Society) Equutrails will be running summer horse camps in August 2012. The summer camps will be aligned with Pony Club philosophy where the principals are not just about being on a horse but on caring for and understanding your horse. What does it take to truly be horse owner.
The Pony Club also requires its members to read several books about ponies and horses to develop a distinct familiarity with both animals, and designates each of its riders by different ratings.